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HARVARD COLLEGE 
LIBRARY 




FROM THE UBRARY OP 



MRS. ELLEN HAVEN ROSS 

OF BOSTON 






AN ATLAS 



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CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 



GONSTRUO^SD BT 



WILLIAM HUGHES, 



AND BDITXD BT 



GEORGE LONG. 

fOUOKbr flOlMMft Of ATCDBT LAJraViOB DT fBB mOTlBSnr W WtMUMU 

WITH 

A SKETCH OF CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY 

AND OTHBR ADDITIONS. 

BJT THE AMEBIOAN EDITOB. 



OONTAININa 

fIFTT-TWO MAPS AND PLANS ON TWENTY-SIX PLATES, 
WITH AN INDEX OF PLACES. 



NEW YORK: 

SHELDON & COMPANY, PUBLISHERS, 
498 Sc 500 BBOADWAT. 

1870. 



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BstaNdy aooording to the Aot of CongreiB, in the year 186tt, hgr 

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in the CM^s Offiee of the Distriot Ck>Qrt of the United States for the Eastem District of PennsylTaala. 



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AMERICAN PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. 



In reproducing the present work^ various additions have been thought desirable. For 
reasons adduced in his Preface, Mr. Long inserted no boundaries in the maps. Impos- 
sible as it may be, at this distance of time, to determine with absolute accuracy the 
limits of contiguous territories, it yet was felt that without some indication of their 
position, as generally received by classical scholars, the student would frequently feel 
the want of an assistance to which he had become accustomed ; and they have accord- 
ingly been introduced from standard authorities. 

The interest attaching to the gradual development of geographical knowledge 
among the ancients, has seemed to render desirable the introduction of the charts col- 
lected on Plate 1, showing at a glance the progress of information from the earliest 
times, and enabling the student to comprehend and appreciate the ideas of the writers 
of successive periods. Plate 26 has likewise been added, presenting topographical 
plans, on an enlarged scale, of various places of interest, which may serve to elucidate 
passages in numerous classical authors. These additions have been selected from leading 
authorities, such as Eiefert, Forbigeb, and Johnston. 

With the view of rendering the work a convenient text-book for the student, a 
condensed sketch of Classical Geography has been prefixed, compiled and adapted 
principally from the recent manual of Professor Pillans, of Edinburgh. In this the 
object has been, not to present a complete enumeration of places, but mdvely to furnish 



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Ir AMERICAN PUBLISHERS' NOTICE 

such supplementary information as cannot be embodied in the maps. No allusion has 
been made to Sacred Geography, a subject too extensive and too important to be dis- 
missed within the limits necessarily assigned to the sketch. In revising the Index, the 
opportunity has occasionally been found of marking the quantity of a syllable left un- 
accented by Mr. Long ; and this has been done whenever practicable. In many in- 
stances, however, places of little note, whose names do not occur among the poets, are 
necessarily uncertain. 

Every care has been taken throughout to obtain entire accuracy, in the most careful 
revision of both, maps and text by the gentleman who has made the additions and 
superintended the press. The publishers trust that their efforts have not been misdi- 
rected, and that they will be found to have succeeded in^ producing an Atlas in every 
way suited to the increasing requirements of the improved classical scholarship of the 
•ge. 

FmLAOELPfliA, Augtutj 1856. 



PREFACE. 



The Ms^s in this Atlas have been constructed by Williaic Hughes from the best 
authorities ; and they have been engraved under his superintendence. The original 
drawings and the engraved maps have been revised by George Long. No pains have 
been spared to make the maps correct ; and though it is impossible to avoid some errors 
in a work of this kind^ it is hoped that there are not many. Such as may be discovered 
will be corrected. 

The distribution of the subject-matter of this ancient Atlas differs from that of other 
Atlases in several respects. The map of the Soman Provinces is one example of this ; 
and there are several other maps which will not be found in the conunon Atlases. This 
Atlas is intended for the use of students both at schools and at college ; and though it 
does not contain eveiy name^ it contains everything that a classical student can want. 

No attempt has been made* to show the exact boundaries of the political divisions 
and subdivisions of countries, which cannot be done, in small maps at least, with 
sufficient accuracy ; and in many cases it cannot be done at all. A student must learn 
what these boundaries are, so far as they can be ascertained, either from works on . 
Ancient Geography, or from the instruction of a teacher. The best method of teaching 
Geography in schools is by oral instruction on the Map, followed by examination. 

GEORGE LONG. 

* See American Publishers' Notice. 



LIST OF PLATES. 



I. GEOGRAPHY ACCORDING TO THE ANCIENTS. 
ThS WOBU) AOOOBDINa TO HOHXB (b. a 900). 

The wobld AOCOBBiNa xo Hioataxus (about b. o. 500). 

Thb wobld AoooBDma to Hebodotxts (about b. o. 440). 

The world AoooBDiNa to Eratosthenes and Stbabo (from about b. a 200 to a. d. 20^ 

Western Ettrofb AOOOBDma to Strabo. 

The world AOOORDiNa to Ptolemy (about A.D. 160). 

India ACCOKDma to Ptolemt. 

Great Britain according to Ptoleiit. 

5. THE WORLD AS KNOWN TO THE ANCIENTS (yma thi bouiisabt or tbx Pebsiah 

EjCnBX TTNDEB CtBUS). 

8. THE EMPIRE OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT, wrra thb AMonmra Rbqiohs. 
4. THE PROVINCES OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE, ▲. D. 119. ' 

6 BRITANNIA. 

6. GALLIA. 

1. HISPANIA. 

8. ITALIA (NoBTHERN PabxV 

9. ITALIA (Soitthehn Pabt). 

Corsica and Sardinia 

10. PLAN OP ROME. 

11. PART OF ITALY, embracing the Roman Tsrbitort, and the adjoining Countrt, on an 

enlarged scale. 

12. SIOILIA* 

13. 8YRACTJSAE, on an enlarged scale. 

The Bat or Naples, and adjacent Part of Campania. 
The two Ports op Brttndxjsium. 



Tiii LIST OF PLATES. 

14. MACEDONIA, THRACIA, ILLYRICTJM, am> the Peovinobb on thb Mii>t>ijb ami ' 

LowEB Danube. 

15. GBAEOIA, iNOLUDiNO Erraus and Th£S8Alia, wua Part of Macedonia. 

16. PART OF ATTICA, with BOEOTIA, PHOCIS, LOCRIS, MEGARIS, etc., on ao 

enlarged scale. 

17. PLAN OF ATHENS 

Athens and its Habbobs. 

18. PELOPONNESUS, with Attioa and Pabt of Boeotia. 

19. THB COASTS AND ISLANDS OF THB AEGEAN SEA, 

20. ASIA MINOR, AND THE NORTHERN PART OF SYRIA. 

21. PALAESTINA, with Paet of Syeia. 

Plan of Jebtjbaleu. 

22. ASSYRIA, and the adjacent CouNTBiBa 

23. MAURITANIA, NUMIDIA, AND AFRICA. 

CONTINVATION OF THE AfBICAN CoABT, FROM THE StBTIS MiNOB TO EOTPT 

Enlarged Plan of the Carthaginian Tebritoby. 

24. ARABIA PETRAEA AND PART OF EGYPT, including the Delta. 

25. GERMANIA MAGNA, with the Pboyinces on the Uppeb Danube. 

26. TOPOGRAPHICAL PLANS. 

Troja. 

Thebmoftlae. 

Mabathon. 

Plataea. 

Mantinea. 

Leuotba. 

Route of Xenophon and the Ten Thousand Gbxeul 

GBANICU& 

Issus. 

Thbacian BoBPOBua 
Alexandbia. 



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CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 



Ancient Geography is almost ezclnsiyelj confined 
to the countries aronnd the MedUerranean sea, in 
the period of the power of Greece and of Borne, 
the shores of that ocean being the scene of the life 
and actions of classical antiquity. In the conrse of 
time, the centre of action moyes from the eastern 
parts of the Mediterranean, or rather the seas ad- 
joining it in the east, to regions farther west ; and 
at the same time geographical knowledge follows 
the arms of yictorions legions, radiating in all di* 
rections from the Mediterranean, as the centre. 
(Map 2.) 

In Map 1 will be found' a series of charts fllus- 
trating the geographical views entertained at diffe- 
rent periods, as expressed by prominent authorities. 
Those rude sketches, besides their interest as mani- 
festing the gradual extension of human knowledge, 
possess a value to the student when their progressive 
development is considered in connection with the 
march of historical events. Thus, with JSomer, 
B. 0. 900, the world is a circular plain, around which 
the river Oceanus flows. He is familiar with Euro- 
pean and Asiatic. Greece, as well as with Aegjpt: 
in the west he places Elysium : on the edge of the 
plain dwell the Aethiopes and Pygmaei : beyond the 
Oceanus in the north are the Cimmerii. In JJeco- 
iaeus* view of the world, about b. o. 600, the western 
countries of the Mediterranean have assumed form 
and proportion, while the eastern boundary of know- 
ledge has made some progress. 

Herodotus, the "Father of History," b.o. 440, 
also added largely to the stock of geographical 
knowledge, having travelled over a great part of the 
eastern world. DemocrUus, b.o. 300, shows an 
increase of geographical information, chiefly in the 
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easternmost parts, produced by the conquests of 
Alexander. (See Empire of Alexandei, Map 3.) 

Thus far, the history of geography shows an em« 
pirical aggregation of focts. After this, the scienti- 
fic or systematic treatment of geography begins, the 
characteristic feature of which we may find in the 
use of astronomy for geographical purposes. Hip- 
parchus, of Nice, about b. o. 230, stands first among 
those who combined geography with astronomy. He 
determined latitudes and longitudes of places from 
celedtial observation, and was engaged in the mea« 
surement of the earth and in determining its figure. 

The first who produced a whole geographical 
system was Eratosthenes, about b.o. 200. He 
attempted the measure of the earth's circumference, 
and introduced into his maps a regular parallel of 
latitude, the running of which was of course imper- 
fect, and at variance with the actual positions of 
places. 

Strabo, a Greek geographer, a. d. 20, endeavored, 
with but partial success, to collect and to systema- 
tize the geographical knowledge which flowed in 
upon the Romans from their military expeditions in 
so many parts of the then known world. (See Roman 
Empire, Map 4.) 

Ptolemy, a.d. 160, corrected old errors, gathered 
new information, (see his charts of India and Britain, 
Map'1,) and gave ancient geography that final shape 
which it retained during the long period of the Em- 
pire of the Occident and of the Orient^'and through 
. the "Middle Ages, until Columbus and Yasco de Gama 
struck out new and wider courses of geographical 
knowledge ; and mathematics, combined with physical 
science, taught us the true positions and relations Oj 
geographical objects. 

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BEITANNIA.-(>IAP 5.) 



Gaeat BaiTAiN was known to the ancients under 
tlie names of Britannia and Albion, The coast of 
Cornwall and the Cassiterides (Scilly Isles) were 
visited by the Carthaginians. Among all the clas- 
sical Greek writers, down to Alexander the Great, 
Aristotle alone makes any allusion to the British Isles. 
The Romans were indebted for their knowledge of 
the country to the wars of Caesar and his successors. 

Julius Caesar made two hostile incursions into 
Britain^ B.C. 58 and 55; but they were short in 
duration, and confined to the country between the 
strait of Dover and the Thames. The only locali- 
ties he particularizes are Tamisis (Thames) and 
Cantium (Kent). Once, also, he simply enumerates 
six British tribes, without any data for fixing their 
boundaries. Strabo, who lived under Augustus and 
Tiberius, does little more than repeat the vague 
generalities of Caesar : his brief chapter on Britain 
concludes, after some inaccurate general descrip^ 
tion, without the mention of a single mountain, 
river, town, district, or people. He declares that 
the island is not worth iJie trouble of conquering. 
Pytheas, a merchant of the Greek colony of Massi- 
lia, (Marseilles), visited Britain about the time of 
Alexander, and gave an account of it, which, though 
very correct, was little credited by antiquity. 

The Mountains of Britain are slightiy noticed by 
the ancients. The chief F&omontobies on the east 
coast were Ocellum, or Spurn Head, some distance 
north of the Humber, and Cantium Prmnontorium, or 
North Foreland. On the south was Ocrinum, Lizard 
Point, and Bolerium, or Antivestaeumf Land's End. 
Upon theVest coast were Herculis Fromontorium, 
or Hartland Pomt, Octapiiarum^ or St. David's 
Head, Canganorum Fromoniarium, at the extre- 
mity of Carnarvonshire, and Novantum^ or the Mull 
of Galloway. 

The Aestuasies, following the same order, were 
Tava Aestu,, the Tay, Bodotria, or the Firth of Forth, 
Abu8, or the Humber, Metaris Aestuarium^ or the 
Wash, and Tamissa Aestuarium, the mouth of the 
Thames. On the south, TaTnarua was Plymouth 
Sound ; and on the west, Sabriana or Sdbrina Aes- 
luarium, the Bristol Channel, Segeia or Seieia, the 
mouth of the Dee or the Mersey, Beliaama, perhaps 
the Ribble, Moricambe Aestuarium, Morecambe 
Bay, iHina Aestuarium, the Solway Firth, and Clola 
Aestuarium^ the Clyde. 



Most of the RiVEBS have been naned in the aboTe 
enumeration of the aestuaries. We may, however, 
add AiaunuB, the Tweed, lYso, the Tees, Anixma, 
the Ncn. 

Of TaiBES and Provinces, we find the CanUi in 
Kent : southwest of them the Begni, West of these 
were the Belgae, and further west the Damnonii. 
Further north we find the Trinobantea, in Essex and 
Middlesex, the Brigantes, in Yorkshire, Durham, 
Lancaster, Westmoreland, and Cumberland, the Iceni, 
in Norfolk and Suffolk, the Silurea and Ordovices^ 
in Wales. North of Hadrian's wall, in what is to- 
day Scotland, were the Otadeni, Gadeni^ Selgooae, 
Novaniae, Damnii, and Epidii. Mona is the island 
of Anglesey : of Towns, we find the name CamalodU'- 
num, Colchester, FcrtiZamtttm, near St. Albans, Lon^ 
dinium, which is described by Tacitus as a place of 
great wealth and traffic, though not a Roman colony, 
and by Ammianus Marcellinus, who wrote 300 years 
later, as an ancient town, which in later times had 
received the name of Augusta. Juvenal alludes to 
Rutupiae, (Richborough or Sandwich,) on the 
Kentish coast. 

Of Ibeland, we learn nothing from the classics 
but the name, Hibemia, Juvema, or leme. Its 
relative position is incorrectly given. 

Ptolemy is the first who gives any detailed account 
of the geography of Britain. He enumerates a va- 
riety of subdivisions, tribes, and towns, and attempts 
even a map of the island (See Map 1.) 

Britain was divided, under the Byzantine empire, 
into four provinces, the relative position of which it 
is difficult to determine. Perhaps we may place them 
thus : I. Britannia Prima, below the aestuaries of 
the Severn and the Thames : II. Britannia Secunda, 
comprising Wales: III. Flavia Caesariensis, ex- 
tending from the Thames to the Humber on the east^ 
and from the Lower Avon to the Mersey on the west : 
lY. Maonma CaeaariensiB, from the Humber and 
Mersey to the wall of Severus. 

We will now briefly mention the Roman walla, 
roada, and campa, in Britain. 

From Bowness on the Solway Firth, two lines of 
defence ran eastward, nearly parallel, and close to 
each other. We can trace them still as they cross 
the Irthing, and pass by Carlisle, (Litguvallium), 
Glenwhelt, Rowchester, and Newcastle, terminating 
on the north side of the Tyne, three and a half miles 



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below the town last naued. The distance from one 
extremity to the other is seventy-three Roman miles, 
equivalent to sixty-eight and a half English. Be- 
tween the two lines of defence was a military way, 
and the whole three were crossed at right angles by 
at least one great road, Watling Street, near the 
modem village of Corbridge. Along the wall there 
were military forts (caatella) and military stations 
(castra fUativa), which are now generally named 
Chesters, e. g. Eunnum, HaJton Chesters. 

Between the Firths of Clyde and Forth, a rampart 
and ditch extended eastward from Douglass, on the 
Clyde, two miles west of old Kilpatrick, to Carri- 
den, between Abercom and Borrowstowness, on the 
Forth, a distance of thirty-four and three-fourths 
English miles. Along this line, the first defences 
were made (a. d. 81) by Agricola^ who seems to have 
erected a praet^ntura, or chain of forts, between the 
two seas, at this narrowest part of the island, with 
a view to secure his conquests against the Caledo- 
niana, leaving- them to the enjoyment of their savage 
liberty in all the country beyond. Adrian contracted 
the limits of the empire, and erected about a. p. 120, 
the new line of defence between the Tyne and Solway ; 
whilst LoUius TTrbicus, the lieutenant of Antoninus 



Pius, carried a rampart and ditch from sea to sea, 
to connect the forts of Agricolai and to complete the 
defensive works, A. d. 144. 

Roman Britain, under the later empire, was pene« 
trated in all directions by military roads. London 
was a point of intersection for many of them. The 
most remarkable were Watling Street, which, start- 
ing from Rutupiae, Richborough, in Kent^ ran through 
Canterbury and, passing by Rochester and London, 
through St. Albania, Dunstable, and Wroxeter, to 
the north, as far as the wall of Agricola. 

Ucnield Way ran across the island from a point 
near Great Yarmouth (country of Iceni) over the 
Thames at Streetly to the Fos»e Way. 

The Fosse Way extended from Moridunum, or 
Seaton, through Corinium, or Cirencester, and Ratae, 
to Lindum, or Lincoln, and thence to York. 

From this, above Corinium, branched off Byknield 
Way, passed Derbentia and Little Chester, and 
joined Fosse Way again below Danum, Dancaster. 

The encampments, of which slender remains may 
still be traced, are numerous; but the remains are 
fast disappearing, with the exception of monuments, 
altars, coins, weapons, which are preserved in various 
collections. 



GALLIA.-(MAP 6.) 



Gallia (OauJ) and the Galli (Gauls) extended 
&rther than France and the French of the present day. 
The Romans made the distinction of Oallia Cisal" 
pina and of Oallia Transalpina. The first became, 
in later times, Upper Italy, (Italia Superior), and 
we speak of it as a part of Italy. Oallia Trhns* 
alpina comprised, besides the present French terri- 
tory, Rhaetia, (Switzerland,) large tracts of South- 
western Germany and Belgium. 

The mountain ranges of Gaul which are lofty enough 
to deserve the name, are the following : 1. Cevenna, 
the Cevennes, stretching N.N.E. from the Pyrenees ; 
2. An extinct volcanic group in Auvergne, (Arvemif) 
the highest points of which are the Cantal, Mont Dor, 
and Puy-de Dome ; 3 Vosigus, the Voges, running 
parallel with the Rhine from Biile to Coblentz ; 4. Jura, 
which formed the boundary between the Helvetii and 
Sequdni; and, 5. All that portion of the Alpine range 
which lies to the W. and S. of the Upper Rhine, and 
sends the waters produced in its summits and slopes 
either into the Rhine or into the Rhone. 

Gallia may be regarded as composed of the 
basins of the Rhone, the Gaeonne, the Loire, the 



Seine, the Meuse, and the Rhine. The basins of these 
rivers account for the whole superficial contents of Oal- 
lia Transalpina, except the country watered by the 
Samara (Somme) and ScaMis (Scheld). We have then, 
1. The basin of Rhobantts, the Rhone. This 
river, springing from the side of St. Gothard, makes 
its way between two lofty ranges of the Alps through 
the Yalais, where it passes the city of the SedUni, 
now Sitten or Sion, and Octodurus, Martigny. Then, 
forcing its way through the gorge of St. Maunce, it 
expands into Locus Lemdnus,^ and, having deposited 
there the soil of the melted glaciers, it re-appears at 
the city of Geneva in the form of a majestic river 
of a deep transparent blue. In pursuing its course 
westward, it disappears and flows under ground for 
a quarter of a mile. Meeting at last with the ob- 
struction of the Cevennes, it turns abruptly to the 
south. At the angle, it is joined from the north by 
Arar, the Saone. On this tributary stood Cabillo' 
num, now Ch&lons-sur- Saone, and Matisco, now 
Mdcon, both towns of the Aedui; and on its feeder, 
Dubis, (Doubs,) was Vesontio, now BesauQon. A i 

' Also Lemannufl. 



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SKETCH OP CLASSICAL GEOaRAPHT. 



tbe point of janction of the Avar and BhoddnuSf 
stood ImgdUnum, which gave name to the Augustan 
division of Gaul, Lugdunensis. From Lyons, the 
Rhone continues its rapid course directly south, pass- 
ing yarious towns, among which may be mentioned 
AveniOf Avignon, at the junction of the Druentia, 
the Durance, and Arelale (Aries). 

2. The Basin of Gasumna, the Garonne, a river 
which rises in the Pyrenees, and flows N. W. into 
the Sinus Gantdbricus, the Bay of Biscay. This 
basin is bounded by the Pyrenees, the Cevennes, the 
mountains of Auvergne, and by the dos or high ground 
that extends thence to the sea. Within these limits, 
it includes the minor basin of AtUris (the Adour). 
In descending the Garumna, we find ToloBa^ Tou- 
louse ; and farther down, on the left bank of the 
river, stood Burdigala, the modem Bordeaux. It 
was the birthplace of the poet Ausonius. Lower 
down, the Garonne receives the Dordogne, and widens 
into an aestuary which is called La Gironde. 

3. The Bctsin of Lioer, the Lomis. The Loire 
rises in the Cevennes, flows first northward, then 
westward, and falls into the Atlantic after a course 
of 500 miles. Among the towns on its banks most 
worthy of mention was Gendbum, which owes its 
modern name of Orleans to the people AureHani, 
whose capital it was. Farther down the Loire were 
the Turanea and And08 v. Andegavi, tribes which 
give the modem names Tour^, Angers, and Anjou. 
"NeekT the embouchure of the Loire dwelt the tribe 
Namnites, whence the name of the modem city of 
Nantes. On the Arroux, a tributary of the Loire, 
Bibracte v. Auytistodunum, Autun, capital of the 
Aedui. 

4. The Basin of Sjequana, the Seine. This 
liver rises in the table-land of the Gallic tribe Lin- 
ydnes, now called the Plateau de Langres, and, soon 
after its junction with Malrona, (the Mame), encloses 
an islet called Lutetia Parisiorum, now in the very 
centre of the capital of France. Between Paris and 
t>ie sea is Rouen {Botomagus), Near the source 
was Alesia^ taken by Caesar aft«r a long siege, which 
he describes minutely in the 7th book of his Com- 
mentaries. 

The comparatively small and very flat Basin of 
Sam&raf the Somme, was the seat of the tribe Am- 
bidnif whose chief place was Samardbrlva^ of which 
mention occurs in Caesair and Cicero, as well as in 
Ptolemy ; but the name of the people survives only 
in that of the modem city Amiens. 

fi. We next arrive at the Basin of Mosa, (in Dutch, 



Maas or Maes — ^in French, Meuse,) on which, as 
descend the river, we come to no place of note in 
ancient times. 

6. The Basin of Rhentjs, the Rhine. This river 
rises in the central Alps, and is enclosed in its early 
course between Alpine ranges, until it expands into 
LactiS BrigarUlnus v. Venetits, the lake of Constance. 
Thence it flows westward (forming at Schaffhansen 
the most noted waterfall in Europe, and passing 
Augusta Bauracorum) till it reaches Basilia (Basel 
or B^le). Meeting there with an obstruction in the 
high ground between Jura and the Vdges, it turns 
abruptly to the nortlu In the subsequent part of 
its course, it passes successively the walls, 1. of 
MogontiScum, the capital of Germania Superior, 
now Mainz in German, Mayence in French : 2. of 
ConfluenteSf corrapted into the modem Coblentz, at 
the confluence of the Rhine and Mosa or Mosella 
(Mosel or Moselle) : and, 3. of Colonia Agripp'ina, 
capital of Germania Inferior, now Coin or Co- 
logne. 

In the English Channel, on the N. W. coast of 
Gaul, over against Britain, are Portus Bius, whence 
Caesar first set sail for Britain, and the three islands, 
now belonging to Great Britain, BidUna, Alderney, 
Samia, Guernsey, and Caesaria, Jersey : facing the 
Atlantic is Portus Brivates^ the harbor of Brest : at 
the mouth of the Adour, Lapurdum, Bayonne. 

On the Southern or Mediterranean coast was Narbo 
MartiuSf Narbonne, which gave name to one of the 
divisions of Gaul^ Narbonensis, Ten leagues east 
of the Rhone mouth was Massilia, (Marseilles,) said 
to have been founded at a very remote period by a 
colony from Phocaea, a city on the coast of Asia 
Minor. Telo Martius, Toulon, is the great naval 
station of the French on the Mediterranean, as Brest 
is on the Atlantic. Off Toulon are the Stoechades 
Insvlae, the Isles d'Hi^res, Forum Jvlii, birthplace 
of Agricola, now Frejus, Nicaea, the last GaUic city 
towards Italy, now Nice, 

ancient divisions and TBIBE8 OF GAUL. 

At the time of Caesar's invasion, there was already 
in Gaul a Provincia Bomana, lying between the 
Cevennes and the Alps. The rest of Gaul is de- 
scribed by him as divided into three parts, according 
as it was inhabited by the Aquitdni in the south, 
Belgae in the north, and Celtae in the middle. But 
the trath is, that Gallia Comata (as all beyond the 
Roman province was then called) was occupied by 
numerous independent tribes or peoples, generally 



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hostile to each other. Some of these have been 
already named — the I/ingCnes and Parisii in the 
Basin of the Seine, the Aureliani and Namnetes in 
that of the Loire, and the Seduni in the Yalais. A 
few shall now be added as occnrring most frequently 
in Caesar's narrative of his campaigns in Oaul ; and 
the locality of each tribe named will be indicated by 
the river-basin in which they dwelt. 

The Aedui occupied the territory between the 
Loire and the Saone : on a tributary of the former 
was Bibracle, their capital, subsequently called Au- 
gustodanum (Autnn). The Sequdni dwelt in the 
upper part of the Basin of the Saone, and the whole 
of that of its feeder DvJlm^ the Doubs, a river which 
winds round their chief city Vesontio (Besanqon). 



In the Basin of the Seine, south side, lived the tribe 
Gamutes: near their chief city Aviricum^ (Char- 
tres), was the residence of the Arch-druid of Gaul. 
The Allobroges dwelt between the Bhone and its 
left-hand tributary Isara, the Is^re. The Treviri 
or Trevlri occupied the space between the Meuse 
and the Rhine, and the lower Basin of the Moselle. 
Their chief city was that now called from the name 
of the tribe, in German, Trier, in French, Treves. 
Through their country ran the extensive Silva Ar^ 
duenna, the forest of Ardenne. To the west of the 
Treviri, in the Basin of Sabis, the Sambre, and the 
upper course of the Scheld, dwelt the Nervii, a gal 
lant people of German extraction, who fought a great 
battle against Caesar. 



HISPANIA.-(MAP 7.) 



Spain was called Iberia by the Greeks, and by the 
poets Hesperia, as the farthest land toward the west, 
with the addition of ultima, to distinguish it from 
Italy. 

An elevated ridge of mountain and table-land ex- 
tends from N. to S., forming the water-shed of the 
country, and giving origin to all the great rivers, 
some of which find their way to the Mediterranean, 
and others to the Atlantic. To this crest or back- 
bone, as it were, of the peninsula, are attached, on 
the side facing the west, ranges of mountains and 
high ground, running in a S.W. direction and nearly 
parallel to each other; and these enclose^ on two 
sides, the basins or tracts of country through which 
the rivers and their tributaries flow. 

The main rivers that rise on the western slope of 
the central ridge and fall into the Atlantic, are four 
in number: 1. Dubiub, the Duero, (in Spanish,) 
Douro, (in Portuguese,) the vast basin of which, 
bounded by the Cantabrian and Asturian mountains 
on the north side, and by those of Castillo on the 
south, includes the less considerable valley of Minium, 
the Minho ; 2. Taqub, famed for the gold found in 
its sand; 3. Anas, the Guadiana; and, 4. Baetis, 
the Guadalquivir (i. e. in Arabic, "the great river.") 

The main rivers that rise on the eastern slope of 
the water-shed and fall into the Mediterranean, are 
also four, but, excepting the last, of much shorter 
course : 1. Tader, the Segura; 2. SucRO, theXucar : 
3. TuRiA, the Guadalaviar; and, 4. IbErus, the 
Ebro ; and the basins of these rivers are enclosed in 
like manner by lateral ranges of hills which start off, 



like spinal processes, from the side of the central 
range fronting the east. 

In tracing the rivers just enumerated, from foun- 
tain-head to the mouth, we fall in successively with 
the following towns and localities : 

1. On the DuRiXTS, near the source, and not far 
from the modem town of Soria, stood Numanlia, 
which Florus calls Etspaniae decus. It sustained a 
fourteen years' siege against the Romans, and was 
taken at last by Scipio Africanus Minor. At the 
mouth stood Gale, or Portua Galensis, (Oporto,) 
whence the kingdom of Portugal derives its name. 

In the Basin of the Durius were also, on the north 
side, Asturica Augusta, Astorga, and Legio vii ge- 
mina, Leon. On the south side of the basin, Sal 
mantica, Salamanca, and Segovia, famed for an 
aqueduct said to have been the work of Trajan, and 
still, with its double tier of arches, in good preser- 
vation. 

. 2. On the Tagus, Toletum, Toledo, Norba Gae- 
sarea, where was a famous bridge over the river, now 
Alcantara, ScalaMs, Santarem, Olislpo, now Lis- 
bon, the capital of Portugal. 

In the Basin of the Tagus, north side, were Gom- 
plutum, Alcala, on the Henares, where Cardinal 
Ximenes founded a university, and where he pub- 
lished, in 1515, the famous Polyglot Bible commonly 
caHed Biblia GompliUensia, 

3. On the Anas, half-way down, Metelllnum, 
founded by Caecilius Metellus, now Medellin, birth- 
place of Fernando Cortez, Emeriia Augusta, a set- 
tlement provided by 'Augustus for his disbanded 



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SKETCH OP CLASSICAli GEOGRAPHY. 



veterans, (enieritif) once the capital of Lositania, 
now Merida. 

4. On the Baetis, near the source, CastuJo, of 
which Hannibal's wife Imilce was a native, now Caz- 
lona; the fotest-land around — the saltus Castulo- 
nensis of Livy — is part of Mons Marianus, the 
great table-land now called the Sierra Morena, the 
scene of the fabulous adventures of Don Quixote. 
Farther down the river CordUba, (Cordova), birth- 
place of Lucan and the two Senecas ; ItaUca, birth- 
place of the Emperor Trajan, and, some think, of 
Hadrian also and the poet Silius Italicus ; Hispdlis^ 
Seville. 

The Basin of the Baetis was occupied in the Mid- 
dle Ag(^ by the Vandals, and was then called Yan- 
dalitia — a name which appears now in the altered 
form of Andalusia. 

5. Tader, the Segura, (the farthest south of those 
main rivers which fall into the Mediterranean,) after 
passing the modern city of Murcia, flows through 
the Campus Spartarius, a plain so called from its 
abounding in spartum, (esparto), a reed much used 
by the ancients for the cordage of ships, and various 
economical purposes. 

6. SuGBO, the Xucar, had at its mouth a eity of 
the same name. 

7. At the embouchure of Tubia, (Guadalaviar,) 
was ValerUia, a Boman colony, now the capital of 
Valencia. 

8. On the Iberus, half-way down, stood SaldUba, 
afterwards Caesabatjqusta, now Zaragoza. The 
broad Basin of the Ebro, lying between the Pyrenees 
and the Central Ridge, is watered, from the heights 
of both, by numerous tributary streams, the most 
remarkable of which are, on the north side, the Stcd- 
»-i.s, on which stood Uerda, (Lerida,) where Caesar 
defeated Pompey's generals, Afranius and Petreius, 
A. u. 0. 704, (b. 0. 49,) and on the south side, Salo^ 
(Xalon,) on which stood £ilbili8, the native town of 
the poet Martial. 

After thus following the course of rivers, if we 
next take the line of coast for our guide, we shall 
come upon towns which have been indebted for their 
importance and notoriety, in ancient or modern times, 
to the convenience of harborage, and their facility of 
access and resort to commercial and colonizing fo- 
nugners. • 

In this tour of the coast, starting from Cape Finis- 
teiTa, the N. W. angle of the Peninsula, and going 
Boiith, we find the harbor of Corunna {Partus 
Jfaynus), 'Corunua' is thought to be a corruption 



of CoLUMNA, from an ancient tower ninety-tro feet 
high, still standing, said to have been built by Her- 
cules. At the S. W. angle of the Penmsula, between 
the mouth of the Baetis and the Fretum Herculeum.. 
(Strait of Gibraltar,) stood the very ancient town of \ 
Oadir, founded and so named by the Phoenicians. 
The Romans called it Cktdes, and considered it as the 
extreme point of the earth westward, in like manner 
as the Ganges was reckoned the farthest point ea£t- 
ward. Oadir is the modem town and harbor of 
Cadiz. 

Within the strait is Calpe, (the Rock of Gibral* 
tar,) which the poets feigned to be one of the pillars 
erected by Hercules as his meta laborum, and as the 
western terminus of the habitable globe. 

Proceeding along the shore of the Mediterranean, 
we find, a little inland, Munda, where Caesar de« 
feated the two sons of Pompey, b. o. 45, (a. n. c. 708). 
Then comes Nova Carthago^ (Cartagena,) the capital 
of the Carthaginian possessions in Spain, till it was 
taken by Scipio Af ricanns Major, a. u. c. 542, b. c. 
210. A little north of Valencia was Sagunium^ 
the storming of which was HannibaPs first act of 
aggression in the second Punic war. Out of ite 
ruins was built a modem town, thence called Mnr- 
viedro, i. e. Muri Veteres. Between the mouth of 
the Ebro and Pyrenees were Tarraco, (Tarragona, ) 
chief city of the Roman province Tarracoiiensis, 
and Barcino, (Barcelona,) with its citadel, Mons 
JoviSf (Monjuich,) said to have been built by Ha- 
milcar Barcas, father of Hannibal. 

Off the coast of Valencia is the group of Baleares 
Insulae, Major and Minor, famed for furnishing 
corps of slingers to the Roman armies; and the 
Pityusae, Ebusus, Ivi^a, and Ophiusa, Formentera. 

The capes of the Peninsula are — Promontorium 
Trileucum, (Ortegal,) the most northern point ; on 
the W. coast, Nerium, (Finisterra,) Magnum, (Rock 
of Lisbon,) Barbarium, (Espichel,) Sacrum, (St 
Vincent,) Junonis, (Trafalgar.) 

The Peninsula, in the time of the Roman Repub- 
lic, was divided into Dua£ Hi^aniae, Citerior and 
Ulterior, by the river Iberus: under Augustus, inio 
three provinces : 1. Tarraoonensis, comprising all 
the north and north-east parts, from the Durius and 
Tader to the Pyrenees, in which were the native 
tribes Oallaed, AstUres, Gantabri, Cosetani, Carpe- 
tdni, Bergetes, Celtibiri, etc. ; 2. BABnc-ci, the 
southern extremity, as far north as the Anas, in 
which were the Turdetdni, Bastuli, Turdilli, etc. ; 
and, 3. Lusitania, the western and central part^ 



SKETCH OF CLASSICAL GBOaRAPHT. 



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between the A-naSy the Durius, and the Atlantic, in 
which division were the Vettones and the country* 
called Guneus. Most of the tribes named above are 
mentioned by Livy. 

The Phoenicians were the first civilized people 
who visited Spain, more than 1000 years before 
Christ: they founded Oadir^ Maldca, etc. After- 
wards* the inhabitants of Massilia, in Gaul, built 



Shoda, now Rosas, and Umporiae, now Ampurias, 
in the N. E. corner of the Peninsula. The Cartha- 
ginians, coming next, built Tarraco, Barclno, and 
Nova Garthago, and held possession of a great part 
of the country till they were expelled by the Romans ; 
who, after contending for the possession of Spain for 
a period of 200 years before Christ, remained masters 
of it during the first four centuries of the Christian era. 



ITALIA.-(MAPS 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13.) 



Italv was called Hesperia by the Greeks, as being 
west of Greece. In poetry, it was sometimes called 
Oenotria, from an Arcadian prince named Oenotrus, 
son of Lycaon, who settled in Lucania ; and Auso' 
nia, from the Ausones, a people of Latium. The 
epithet ScUumia was applied to it, as the fabled 
residence of Saturn, after his expulsion from heaven 
by Jupiter. Its common appellation of Italia was 
supposed, by the natives, to be derived from a prince 
named Italus ; but this name was confined by the 
Greeks originally to a small district at the southern 
extremity of the country, and was gradually extended 
to the whole territory, which is fenced off from the 
rest of Europe by the mountain-barrier of the Alps, 
and surrounded on all other sides by the sea. 

Italy, when contemplated under its physical aspects, 
presents itself as composed of two portions, nearly 
equal in extent, but widely different in natural cha- 
racter. The one i^ the peninsula of Italia Proprza, 
surrounded by the waters of the Mediterranean and 
Adriatic on all sides, except where a straight line 
drawn over land, and connecting the little streams 
Macra and Bu^lcon in lat. 44^, forms the isthmus. 
The other main portion of Italian soil is the great 
Basin of Padus^ called also by the poets Eriddniis, 
the Po. Between these two territories, the contrast 
is striking. In the northern division, throughout its 
whole length, we find a river flowing in the lowest 
level between the Alpine and Apennine heights, which 
are its boundaries. In the southern or peninsular 
portion, the reverse is the case. The central line of 
the peninsula is not, as in Northern Italy, the lowest, 
but the most elevated part ; being, in fact, the crest 
of the lofty and continuous chain of the Apennines, 
while the boundary line on both sides is the lowest 
of all levels, the sea. The one region is penetrated 
by a single river, swollen by the contributions of 
Innumerable streams from the opposite sides of the 
biisin. The peninsula, on the other hand, has abun- 



dance of streams, but they are all, even the Tiber, 
of comparatively short course, having each its own 
little basin and lateral feeders, and falling directly 
and independently into the sea. 

To begin with the northern section. The huge 
Basin of the Po was, during the republican times, no 
part of Italy, but known to the Romans as Galua 
CiSALPiNA and Liquria. If we trace the Padxjs 
from its source in Mona VesUlus (Monte Vise) to 
its mouth, we shall find, on the river itself, Augusta 
Taurinorum, taken by Hannibal on his descent flrom 
the Alps, now Turin, (Torino,) capital of the king- 
dom of Sardinia, PUicentia, a Roman colony, now 
Piacenza, and Gremdna. 

On the north side of the Basin of the Po, which, 
from its position in regard to Rome, was called Gal* 
lia Transpaddna, we find the river joined by nume- 
rous streams from the Alps, among which the most 
notable are, 1. the Duria Minor, on which was 
Segusio, Susa, and 2. Duria Major, on which were 
Augusta Praetoria, Aosta, and Eporedia, Ivrea ; 3. 
the Sessltes, near which was Vercellae, where Marius 
defeated the Gimbri; 4. Ticinus, (Tessino,) issuing 
from Lake Verh^us, Maggiore, on the banks of 
which Hannibal first defeated the Romans in a skir- 
mish of cavalry ; 5. Addua, (the Adda,) issuing from 
Lake Larius, (Lago di Como), W. of which was 
Medioldnum, Milan ; and, 6. Minciua, issuing from 
Lake Bendcus, (Lago di Garda,) and investing Man-' 
tua, a city which Silius Italicus calls musarum dO' 
mtt«, as being the birthplace of Virgil, though it is 
believed that the poet was bom at Andes, a neigh- 
boring village. At the southern extremity of Lake 
Bendcus was the peninsula Sirmio, the residence of 
the poet Catullus. Alhesis, a river which the Ger- 
mans call Etsch, and the French Adige, may be said 
to belong to the Basin of the Po, though it falls 
direct into the Adriatic. On this river are the towns 
of Tridentum, Trent, and Verona, birthplace of 



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SKETCH OP CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 



Catallas, which retains its ancient name, with a 
Roman amphitheatre in tolerable preservation. To 
the north of Verona were the Collea Euganei, famed 
for wool. Farther along is Meduuciis, Bacchiglione, 
on which is Faiavium, birthplace of Livy, now 
Padna. 

The soiUh side of the Po basin, as being that 
nearest to Rome, was called Gallia Cispaddna. It 
is permeated by numerous streams from the Apen- 
nines, the most memorable of which are the Trebia^ 
on whose banks the Romans sustained a second and 
more severe defeat from Hannibal, and RhenuSj 
Reno, on which was Bononia, Bologna. In an 
island on this 'little Rhine,' the second triumvirate, 
Antony, Lepidus, and Augustus, met to portion out 
among them the Roman world. 

In the peninsula of Italia Pbofbia, the only 
rivers of considerable length are the Arnus^ Tiberis, 
LiriSt VuUumuSf all falling into the Mare In/erum 
V. Tyrrhenum, and the Aufidus and Atumus^ which 
flow into the Mare Superum v. Adriaticum, v. So- 
dria^ the Gulf of Venice. 

1. In the Basin of Amv» (Valdamo and Vallom- 
brosa) were, on the river itself, Florentia^ now Flo- 
rence, capital of Tuscany, and near the mouth, Pisae 
(Pisa). Three miles N. E. from Florence, Fae^Ulae, 
where Galileo made his observations, and farther 
north, Fistoria, where Catiline was defeated and slain. 

2. In the Basin of Tiberis, the Tiber, (in Italian, 
Tevere,) were, 1st, on the river itself, Ferusia, near 
LaciLS TrasymenuB, (now the Lake of Perugia,) 
where, for the third time, Hannibal routed the Ro- 
man army under Flaminius ; Fidenae, beyond Mons 
Sacer, between the Tiber and Anio, Roma, Frin- 
ceps (Trbium, and at the mouth, Ostiay the port of 
Rome ; 2d, on the right side of the Basin of the 

' Tiber, Clusium, the city of Porsenna, upon the tri- 
butary GlaniSy and on the left side, Tibur (Tivoli) 
on the Anio (Teverone). At Tibur, Maecenas had 
a villa, in which Horace (whose Sabine farm lay at 
fio great distance on the Digentia, a feeder of the 
Anio) was a freqqpnt guest. 

In the Basin of Liris (Liri at first, and then Ga- 
rigliano) were, on the left side, Arpinum, birthplace 
of Marius and Cicero, the famous Btu) Arpindtea, 
Aqulnum, birthplace of Juvenal : at the mouth, near 
the marshes where Marius took refuge, Mintumae, 
On the righl side, the Liris was joined by the Fibre- 
nus. On the banks of the latter, and on the little 
island at the junction which belonged to Cicero, was 
held the dialogue De Legibus. 



4. In the Basin of the VuUumuSj on the left 8id<« 
of the river, stood the following t0¥ms; Alllfae^ 
famed for its pottery, Capua, chief city of the Cam^ 
pdni, and the rival of Rome itself (hence called 
'altera Roma') till towards the close of the 2d Punic 
war, when, having sided with Hannibal, it fell with 
his falling fortunes. Vend/rum, famed for its olives, 
Gales (-ium), for its vines, ( Venafranum, sc. olenm, 
and Calinum, sc. vinum, signified oil and wine of 
the first quality). Beneventum, a town of Samnium 
on the Via Appia, stood at the point of junction of 
Sabdtus and Calor, whose united stream falls into 
the VuUumus. On that river itself stood Casill' 
num, (on the site of the modem Capua,) which 
gained credit with the Romans by its long and ob- 
stinate resistance to Hannibal. Between Beneven- 
turn and Capua lay Furcate Cavdlnae, a defile where 
a Roman army^was hemmed in by the Samnites, and 
forced to pass under the yoke. 

5. In the Basin of the Auftdus, not far from the 
rigid bank of the river, were Canusium and Cannae: 
near the latter was gained the last and greatest of 
Hannibal's victories, and to CaniLsium the remains 
of the Roman army retreated after the disastrous 
battle. Higher up the valley, at the foot of Mt. 
VuUur, was Venusia, birthplace of Horace, on the 
debatable land between Apulia and Lucania. 
Here also, not at Horace's farm, was the Fans Ban- 
dusiae. 

6. In the Basin of the Atemu^, on the river itself^ 
was Amitemunif birthplace of Sallust the historian, 
and Corfinium, the rallying point of the League 
against Rome in the Social War. At some distance 
south from the bend of the river stood Sulmo, Sul- 
mona, a town of the Feligni, birthplace of Ovid. 

To the geographical position of other towns and 
localities not connected with the six main rivers, a 
clue will be found if we follow the line of coast, with 
special reference at the same time to the principal 
subdivisions or provinces of Italia Antiqua. These 
provinces were either maritime or inland. Of the 
former class, six bordered on the Mediterranean, viz. : 
LiGUBiA, Etruria, Latium, Campania, Lucania, 
and the Bruth, and five on the Adriatic, viz. : Apu- 
lia, including Japygia, Daunia, and Messdpia, 
PicEnum, Frentani, TJmbria, Gallia Cispadana 
and Transpaddna, the latter including Venetia, 
Gamia^ and Istria, The inland provinces were 
Samnium and the highland districts of the Marsi, 
Peligni, and Sabini. 

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SKETCH OF CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 



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from the small river Vanis, which flows from Alpe8 
3Iaritimaef we find, at the head of the bay called 
Sinus LigtiatlcuSy Geniui, a city more famous in 
history under its modernized name of Genoa. 

2. Crossing the Macra, we enter Etruria, and 
arrive first at the town of Luna and its harbor For- 
tits Lunensis (Gulf of Spezzia). Not far off are 
the quarries of Carrara, which still supply statuary 
marble to Europe. As we approach the mouth of 
the Tiber, we come upon the ancient Agylla^ subse- 
quently called Caere, a town rewarded with the 
honorary freedom of the city, for its fidelity to Rome 
at the time of the Gallic invasion. 

3. On the coast of Latium, the towns we meet 
with on crossing the Tiber are, Laurentum, the city 
of King Latinus, Lamnium, and Antium, the capi- 
tal of the Yolsci. Over the AnticUea the Romans 
gained their first victory at sea, in memory of which 
they fixed the beaks (rostra) of the ships they had 
captured in firont of the tribune from which the ora- 
tors harangued the people. AnHum was famed in 
Horace's time for a Temple of Fortune. Eight miles 
inland was Ardea, the city of the Rntuli and of 
Tnmus, and Corioli, the taking of which gained for 
Caius Marcius the title of Coriolanus. Farther along 
the coast were Faludes Pomptlnae^ the Pontine 
Marshes: beyond is Anxur v. Terraclna. Next 
come the town and promontory of CircHi, the town 
Amyclae, the town, promontory, and harbor of 
Gajeta, which took that name, according to Yirgil, 
from the nurse of Aeneas : near it was Cicero's For- 
mianum, where he was murdered by order of Mark 
Antony. Here commences, and is continued into 
Campania, the district in which the choicest wines 
of ancient Italy were produced, the Formiani 
Golles, Mom Marcus, the ager Falemua, Gaectt" 
buSf CalinuBy Setlnus. 

4. On the coast of Campania were Cumae^ which 
Yirgil makes the first landing-place of Aeneas in 
Italy, and the abode of the Sibyl who conducted him 
to the shade of his father Anchises, in the abodes of 
the dead, Baiae, a favorite watering-place, Fute^liy 
(Puzzuoli,) and Farthendpe, subsequently Neapolis, 
(Napoli, Naples,) one of the numerous Greek colo- 
nies planted along the southern shore of the penin- 
sula, which procured for it the name of Magna 
Oraxcia. At a little distance across the bay on 
which Naples stands, is Vesuvius, a volcano, of which 
the first eruption upon record took place a.d. 79. 
At the base of Yesuvius, and overwhelmed by its 
eruptions, were the now buried cities of Hercula' 



neum and Fompeii, discovered and partially disin- 
terred within the last and present centuries. Not 
far off, inland, was Nola, at the siege of which Han- 
nibal first received a check. It was at Nbla that 
Augustus died. 

5. On the coast of Lucania was Fosidonia v. 
Paestum, famed for its roses and its ruined temples. 
On that part of the Lucanian coast which is in the 
Sinus Tarentinus, were Metapontum, the residence 
for a time of Pythagoras and of Hannibal, Hera- 
cUa, the place of assembly for the deputies from the 
states of Magna Graegia, Sybdris, proverbial for 
the luxury and effeminacy of its inhabitants. In the 
bay, but beyond the limits of Lucania, was Taren- 
turn, on the brook GalSsus, famed for the fine quality 
of the wool raised on its banks. 

6. In Ageb Bruttitis, on the Fretum SicUlum, 
(Strait of Messina,) was a rock with a cave under it, 
supposed to be the residence of the fabled monster 
Scylla: farther along, in the narrow part of the 
strait, was the town of Bhegium (Reggio). Near 
the Lacinian promontory, Croto, where Pythagoras 
long resided, and taught his doctrines : the birthplace 
also of the famous wrestler Milo, hence called Cro- 
toniates. 

7. On the Adriatic coast of Apulia, after doub* 
ling prom. Japygium, (C. Leuca), we find Hydrus 
V. Hydruntum, (Otranto), the nearest transit to 
Greece, but less frequented for that purpose than 
Brundusium, (see plan on Map 13), which had an 
excellent harbor, and was the terminus of the Via 
Appia, the great high road from Rome to Greece. 
Brundusium and Dyrrhachium, on the opposite 
coast, were the Dover and Calais of the ancient 
world. This part of the Apulian coast was inha- 
bited by a people called Cal&bri, whose town Bhudiae 
was the birthplace of the poet Ennius. Next comes 
the projection of the land occupied by Mt. Oargdnus 
and i^B oak forests ('querceta Gargani'). 

8. On the coast of Picenttm occurs a smaller pro- 
jection of the land, which, from the form it takes, 
was likened to the human elbow, dyxuv, and hence 
the town built on it received the name of Ancon t. 
Ancdna. 

9. On the coast of Umbria were two towns of 
note, 1. Sena, to which the epithet Oallica was add- 
ed, as well to denote the fact of its being originally 
a Gallic settlement, as to distinguish it from Sena 
Julia, an inland town in Etruria — ^the former is now 
Sinigaglia, the latter Sienna; and, 2. Arimlnum^ 
(Rimini,) the storming of which was Civesar's first 



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overt act of civil war after crossing the BvMcon. 
Between those Umbrian towns flows the small river 
MetauriLS, where Asdmbal, the brother of Hannibal, 
was defeated and slain by the consols Livios and 
Nero, A. XT. o. 546, (b. o. 20t.) 

10, 11. On the coast of Galua Cisalpinaf sonth 
of the Po, stood Bavennaf near which Augustus con- 
structed a station for his fleet on the Mare Superum, 
as he did at Miaenum, near Naples, to guard the 
Mare Inferum. Ravenna is now four miles from 
the sea ; and it maj be observed, generally, that in 
the lower course of the Po, the Colmata (i. e. cumu- 
iota, successive deposits of soil in the channels of 
rivers, in consequence of floods and artificial em- 
bankments) has already raised the bed of the river 
thirty feet above the level of the adjoining plain. 

North of the Po lay the districts called Venetia, 
(on the "shore of which is the modem city of Venice,) 
Camiaf and Istria, extending to the little stream 
Arsiaf the eastern boundary of Italy. Along this 
coast, the chief ancient towns were Aqailei4i, Ter- 
geste, now Trieste, and Pola. 

ITALIAN ISLANDS. 

Off the coast of Etruria lies Hva y. Aethalia, 
(Elba,) famed of old for the richness of its iron ores, 
and not far W. is Corsica, Off the coast of Cam- 
pania are the islands of Prochpta, (Procida), Ina- 
rlme, (Ischia) ; and on the opposite side of the bay, 
Capreae, the retreat of Tiberius ; and on the other 
side of the prom. Minervae, the three rocky islets, 
SlrenUsae. Directly S. of Corsica is Sardiniay 
called IchnUsa by the Greeks, from its supposed 
resemblance to the impress of the human foot {ix*^i, 
vestigium). 

To the S. E. of Sardinia, near the extremity of 
• Italy, lies the group of volcanic islets called Ins. 
Aeoliae v. Vulcanias^ (Lipari Islands), of which 
one only, Strongyle, (Strorab51i,) is still active. 

South of this group lies Sioilia, (Map 12,) called 
also Sicania, Trinacria v. Triqiietra Tellus. The 
three promontories (fpia axpa, trina comua. Ov.) at 
the three comers of the triangular island were, N. E. 
Felorus, S. E. Pachpnus, and W. Lilybaeum. 

In the strait, Fretum Siculum, which separates 
Italy from Sicily, the poets describe a whirlpool 
called Gharyhdis, opposite to Scylla, on the Italian 
side. These 'were the two dangers of ancient navi- 
gators, between which it was thought so difficult to 
steer, that in avoiding the one it was hardly possible 
not to fall a prey to the other. Hence came the 



proverbial use of the modem line : ' Incidii in Seyl- 
1am, qui vult vitare Charybdin.' A little to the E. 
was the town of Zancle, afterwards Messdna^ now 
Messina. We next pass GaJtlna v. Catdna, Catania, 
which has suffered much and repeatedly from the lava 
of Aetna — the burning mountain, equally famed in 
fable and in history; and crossing Simaethns^ the 
river of longest course in the island, we arrive at 
Stbacubab, (see plan on Map 13,) the renowned 
metropolis of ancient SicOy. In front of the harbor 
is the island of Ortygia v. Nasos, and in it the foun- 
tain Arethitsa, of poetical celebrity. 

On the coast between Pachgrvus and Lilybaeum 
was Agrigerdum^ or in the Greek form, Acragas, the 
second city in ancient Sicily — an early rival of Car- 
thage, and noted for a Temple of Jupiter, of which 
some gigantic fragments still remain. The ancient 
name survives in the modem Girgenti. 

Between Lilybaeum and Pelorus, on the northern 
shore of the island, the notable localities are, Dre- 
panuTn, (TrapSni,) Eryx, a town and montitain — 
the latter surmounted by a Temple of Yenus Eryclna; 
and off the shore Aegdtes Insulae^ where the Romans 
gained a naval victory which put an end to the first 
Punic war. Panormus, now Palermo, the modem 
capital of Sicily, and S. W. from it Segesta, with its 
temple almost entire. 

Before quitting Italy and the Italian islands, it 
may be well to add a few notes on the Alps, and on 
some other peculiarities of the country which have 
not come under our notice in the geographical de- 
tail, but with which it is proper the classical student 
should be acquainted. 

The great range of mountains called the Alps 
(Alpes) extends nearly 600 miles in the form of a 
crescent, between 6^ and 18^ E. Long., and 44^ aod 
47 i° N. Lat., with various indentations and sinuosi- 
ties, from the Var to the Adriatic, presenting gene- 
rally an abrupt face towards Italy, and sloping more 
gradually on the other side. Its different parts were 
anciently distinguished by different epithets, most of 
which are still retained. These were : 1. Alpes Ma- 
ritimae, the Maritime Alps> extending from the 
Mediterranean to Mons VesUliLs, Monte Viso — the 
mountain, as we have seen, which gives origin to the 
Po. 2. Thence to the modem Mt. Cenis were Alpes 
CoUiaef including Mt Genevre. This portion of the 
chain took its name from a Gallic chief who had 
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him b Babdoing the Alpiue tribes whose names are 
enumerated on the triumphal arch erected at Sasa. 
3. The Alpe8 Oraiae extended from Mt. Cenis to 
Mt. Blanc. There is strong ground for believing 
that the pass of the little St Bernard, which is in 
this portion of the Alps, was that bj which Hanni- 
bal effected his march over the Alps. 4. From Mt. 
Blanc to St. Gothard {Adulas) were the Alpes Fen- 
ninae y. Summae, the central and highest of the 
whole range. Then follow eastward Alpes Bhaed" 
cae, Camicae, Juliae, whose respective limits it is 
not easy to define, till they reach the Sintta FUmati- 
CU8, the gulf of Quamero. 

Of this huge mountain chain, Adula (St. Gothard) 
may be regarded as the centre or nucletLs; for though 
not the loftiest summit, Mt. Blanc being higher, it 
occupies, with its surrounding group of mountains, 
the most elevated ground of the whole range, as 
plainly appears from the circumstance that the rivers 
^hich rise there flow towards every point of the 
compass. 

The chief lines of Koman road in Italy were: 
Via Appia, (regina viarum,) leading at first from 
Rome to Capua, and continued onwards to Brundu- 
Slum, the great high road to Greece : Yia Flaminia, 
by Ocriculum to Ariminum: Yia Attbelia, along 
the coast of Etruria to Pisae .* continued afterwards 
to Savona, and at last to Areldte^ Aries : Via Aemi- 
LiA, first from Ariminum to Bononia, then through 
Flacenlia to Mediolanum, Verona, Patavium, and 
Aquileia: Via Cassia, through Etruria, between 
the Aurelia and Flaminia: Via Yalebia, through 
the country of the SaMnif Aequi, and Marai, into 
that of Peligni: Yia Latina, through TiLSculum, 
Anagnia, Venafrum, and Tednum Sidicini to Oo- 
8ilinumf where it joined the Yia Appia. 

Italy so abounds in antiquities, that a few only 
of the most remarkable can be added here to those 
already mentioned. At Capua, Caslnum, Puteoli, 
and Yerdna, are ruins of amphitheatres : that of the 
last-named was built to accommodate 30,000 specta- 
tors, and has suffered so little from time as to have 
been used on several public occasions in modern 
times. It is 1416 feet in circumference: the Coli- 
srum at Rome is 1719. Numberless ancient remains 
have been uncovered and dug up at Herculaneum and 
Pompeii, two towns on i the Bay of Naples, which 
were overwhelmed in an eruption of Mount Yesuvius, 
A.i>. 79, the former by a stream of lava, the latter by 
a shower of hot ashes. At Paestum, twenty leagues 



from Naples, are the ruins of three beautiful temples, of 
the simplest Doric order, and of great antiquity. At 
Namia, are the remains of a bridge built by Augustus. 
On the road from Naples to Puzzuoli is the Crypia 
Neapoliiana, Grotto of Pausilippo, a gallery or tunnel 
through a hill, 2323 feet in length, described by Se- 
neca, and of unknown antiquity. 

The most remarkable ancient remains and localities 
are in Rome itself. (Map 10.) To begin with the 
seven hills, viz. : the Capitoline, Palatine, Aventine, 
Caelian, Esquiline, Yiminal, and QuirinaL 1. On 
the Capitol were the temples of Jupiter Feretrius 
and Jupiter CapUoliiuis, and the TabtUarium, or 
register-office. 2. The Palatine, on which Rome was 
originally built, (thence called Boma Quadrata, from 
the form of that hill,) was afterwards almost entirely 
covered with the palace of Augustus and the Temple 
of Apollo, with the library attached to it: of all 
which nothing remains but a few substructions. 3. 
The Aventine, the seat of the robber Cacus, and long 
held unlucky from the fate of Remus, contained after- 
wards the Temple of Diana, built by Servius Tullius, 
the Temple of Juno, vowed by Camillus at Yeii, 
whence the statue of the goddess was brought, and 
the Temple of Bona Dea, consecrated by the vestal 
Claudia : on the east slope of this hill were the Baths 
of Caracalla, the ruins of which still remain. 4. 
On the Caelian, called also QtierquetulanuSf stood 
the palace of the LaJteram family, presented to the 
Church by Constantine, and now called the church 
of St. John Lateran: near which stood the statue 
of Marcus Aurelius, since removed to the Capitol. 
Here also is the remnant of a noble portico, supposed 
to be part of the Curia HosHlia. Between the Pa- 
latine, Esquiline, and Caelian, lies the amphitheatre 
of Yespasian, called the Coliseum. 5. On the Es 
quiline, the baths and' palace of Titus, among the 
ruins of which was found the famous statue of Lao- 
c'Jon, and the mansion and gardens of Maecenas, on 
what was once a burying-ground. 6. To the east of 
the Yiminal Hill, which, from the levelling and filling 
up, it is more difficult to trace than any of the rest, 
stood the baths of Diocletian : still farther eastwaid, 
beyond the Agger of TarquiniuSf was the Praetorian 
Camp. 7. On the Quirinal Hill, now Monte Cavallo, 
stood the temple of the deified Romulus, Sallust's 
house and gardens, which extended over the Pincian 
hill or Collis Hbrtulorum, the Campus SceleratuK 
and baths of Constantine. 

These seven hills were all on the le/l bank of the 



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Tiber : on the rigkt or Etrurian side were the cTam- 
culum and Mons Vaticanus. 

Between the Quirinal and Capitoline was Trajan's 
Forum, in the centre of which stands the Columna 
Trqjana, representing his Dacian conquests. 

The Campus Martina was a plain inclosed by a 
bend of the Tiber, and bounded by the Capitoline 
and Quirinal hills. It was original^ used as a place 
of exercise and for the meetings of the people, but 
towards the end of the republic it began to be oc- 
cupied with buildings, and was enclosed by the Em- 
peror Aurelian within the walls. Amongst those 
buildings were, 1. The mausoleum of Aug*astus, the 
first distinguished tenant of which was young Mar- 
eellus, son of Augustus' sister Octavia, and heir of 
the empire, whose premature death is so pathetically 
lamented by Virgil: 2. The Antonine pillar: 3. 
Septa Julia, or Ovilia, inclosures for the people to 
vote in — rude at first, and wattled with twigs, like 
sheepAixadles ; afterwards, when the people had no 
free voice, made of marble : 4. The Temple of Mi- 
nerva, built by Pompey out of the spoils of thirty 
years' successful war: 6. The ParUhion, Rotonda, 
the best preserved of all the ancient temples : 6. 
Circus Agonalis: T. Pompey 's theatre, whence were 
visible the Janiculum and Mons Vaiicanus, on the 
Tuscan side of the Tiber. The latter hill was added 
to modem Rome by the popes, and contains the church 
and dome of St. Peter, and the Vatican library. 



Other remarkable places in Robce were, 

1. Forum Bomanum, the great centre of business, 
commercial and political, lying between the Capito- 
line and Palatine hills. Here stood, I. the temple 
of Jupiter Stator, of which three pillars still remain- 
ing are supposed to be part : 2. the Temple of Con* 
cord, where the Senate usually met : 3. the Temple 
of Jupiter Tonans, or rather of Saturn, at the foot 
of the Clivus CapUolinus : 4. the triumphal arch of 
Septimius Severus, still pretty entire : near which was 
the Milliarium Aureum {urnbilicus Romae) : and, 5. 
the Comitium. The Via Sacra led from the Forum 
towards the Coliseum : 

2. Circus Maximus, between the Capitoline and 
Aventine, for the exhibition of chariot races, and 
other contests of strength and agility : 

3. Veldbrumy the low ground between the Pala- 
tine and the river : 

4. The bridges over the Tiber in Rome, seven in 
number: Pons Suhlidus, called afterwards, when 
built of stone, Aemilius; Fabricius and CesHus 
leading to and from Insula Tiberina, the island of Aes^ 
culapius ; Palaiinus or Senalorius, nowPonte Rotto ; 
Vaiicanv^ or Triumphalis; these five are more or 
less destroyed ; Janiculensis, now Ponte di Sisto ; 
and Aeliv^f built by Adrian to give access to his 
magnificent mausoleum, now the bridge and castle of 
St. Angelo. 



MACEDONIA, THRACIA, ILLYEICUM, AND THE PRO- 
YINCES ON THE MIDDLE AND LOWER DANUBE — 
(MAP 7.) 



Between Italy and the Danube lay the countries 
of Rhaetiay Noricum, Pannoniaj Blyricum, 

RiiAETiA occupied the Central Alps, together with 
their northern and southern valleys, from the sources 
of the Rhone to those of the Dravus (Drave) and 
Plavis (Piave). Rhaetia comprehended, therefore, 
the Grisons and great part of the Tyrol, besides some 
Italian valleys. The people seem to have been of 
Celtic origin. 

Noricum extended from the Inn to the line of 
hills which abut upon the Danube above Vienna, 
called by the Romans Mons Cetius, a prolongation 
of the Alpes Noricae, or Styrian Alps ; and from 
tlie Danube tp the Carnian Alps and the river Savus 
f Save). It was watered by the luvavus, (Salza,) an 



affluent of the Inn, and the MuruSj which flows into 
the Drave in Pannonia. Its principal cities were 
Lauriacum, (Lorch,) a Roman naval station on the 
Danube, luvavum, (Salzburg,) Noreia, (Neumarch,) 
near the Mur, and Celeia, (Cilli,) near ihe Save. 
This country was famous for its iron, and for the skill 
of the inhabitants in working it. 

East of Noricum, lying along the Danube to the 
mouth of the Save, was Pannonia, first reduced to a 
Roman province by Tiberius, and subsequently di- 
vided into Superior or Western, and Inferior or 
Eastern Pannonia. It occupied a part of Hungary 
and Croatia. Mons Pannonius (Bakonyer TVald) 
was the principal mountain range. The Danube, 
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(Save), were the most important rivers. We should 
uot omit to mention two great lakes in this conntrj, 
Feiso Lctcus (the Nensiedler See) and Volcea Falus 
(Lake Balaton) 

In Pannonia Superior was Vindobona (Vienna) ; 
bat its chief city was Gamuntum, (Altenbarg,) near 
the modem Presborg, bat on the right bank of the 
river. Roman fortresses on the Danube were Arra-' 
bona (Raab) and Acincum (Ofen or Buda). On 
the opposite side of the river here, lay Contra Acin- 
cum (Pesth). Sisda stood npon the Save, near the 
confines of Illyricum ; and lower down, on the same 
stream, Sirmium, a place of great celebrity and im- 
portance in the latter ages of the Roman empire. 

South of Pannonia, bounded on the west by the 
Adriatic and. on the east by Moesia, lay Illtricum, 
occupied by various tribes. The Dinaric Alps, 
under the names of ML Albany^ and Bebii Monies, 
formed the principal range. The Colapia (Kulpa) 
and Drinus (Drino), tributaries of the Save and 
the Naro (Narenta), are the chief rivers. In Dal- 
matia was Salona, near the modem Spalatro, the 
birthplace and retreat of Diocletian ; and below it 
EpidauruBf or old Ragusa. Below Epidauras are 
Scodra and I/issus; the former was called Scutari, 
the latter Alessio. 

MoESiA is bounded on the west by Pannonia and 
Illyricum ; on the south, it was divided from Mace- 
donia and Thrace by Ml, Scordus and HaemuSf the 
ranges of Gliubotin and the Balkan ; on the east, it 
reaches to the Euxine; and on the north, to the 
Danube — thus occupying the present Seruia and 
Bulgaria. In Moesia Superior the principal river 
was the Margus (Morava). At the confluence of 
the Danube and Save was Singidunum, now Bel- 
grade. Somewhat lower down the river was a ridge 
of rocks, forming a cataract in the Danube — ^the spot 
at which the river was reputed to change its name 
from Daniibiits, above, to Ister, below. A little 
above this spot was the famous stone bridge of 
Trajan. Below it is Raiiaria^ the ancient metropo- 
lis of Dacia, and the station of a fleet upon the Danube. 
In the interior is Naissus, (Nissa,) the burthplace of 
Oonstantine the Great; and south-east is Sardica, 
the metropolis of Dacia, and celebrated for a Chris- 
tian council. East of the river Ciabrus was Moe- 
sia Inferior, 

North of the Danube was the vast province of 
Dacla, bounded by this river on one side and by the 
Carpathian mountains on the other. Its chief city 



was Sarmizegetusa, now Gradisca, the ancient resi- 
dence of the Dacian kings. 

South-east of Illyricum was Macedonia, situated 
between the countries just enumerated and Greece 
proper, and participating in the nature of both. 
3facedonia was bounded on the south by Thessalia, 
on the east by Thracia, from which it was separated 
by the river Nestus, on the north by Moesia and 
Dardania, on the west by the Adriatic ; the Aegean 
bounded it on the south-east, mnning up into two 
great gulfs, the Sinu^s Strymonicus and Thermaicus, 
between which were the peninsulas of Acte, Silhonia, 
and Pallene. Near the Thessalian frontier and the 
sea is Mons Pierius, and in. the peninsula of Acte, 
Mons Athos. 

The chief rivers were the Haliacmon and Aaeius, 
(Yardar,) flowing into the Thermaic gulf; the Stry- 
mon, into the gulf which bears its name; and the 
NestuSf which falls into the Aegean. 

Of cities, we have to mention Pydna, where Per- 
seus was baffled in his last effort against the Romans, 
B. c. 168. Farther north, on a lake fifteen miles 
from the sea, was Fella, the capital of Macedon, 
where Philip, the father of Alexander, resided. 
Pursuing again the line of coast, we come to Thes- 
salomca, at the head of the Sinus Thermaicus. It 
was to the Christians of that city that St. Paul ad- 
dressed his two epistles to the Thessalonians. Near 
the mouth of the Strymon we find Stageirus ur Sta* 
geira, the birthplace of Aristotle. In the country 
between the rivers Strymon and Nestus, at some 
distance from the sea, was the battle-field of Fhilippi. 

On crossing the Nestus, we find ourselves in 
Thbacia, a country the coast of which extended 
from the Nestus along the shores of the Aegean, the 
Hellespont, the Propontis, the Thracian Bosporas, 
and the Euxine sea, as far north as Mt. Haemus, 
which was its northern boundary. 

Along the seaboard, from the Nestus eastward, we 
come upon Abdera, the inhabitants of which formed, 
on account of their alleged stupidity, the laughing 
stock of antiquity; it was the >"'./thplace of Demo- 
critus. 

Farther east, we reach the mouth of Hebrus, con- 
nected with the myth of Orpheus. 

Next comes the Thracian peninsula called Cherso- 
nisus, on the eastem side of which is the strait named 
Hellesponius. The Hellespont widens into the sea 
lake called Propontis, and at the side of Byzan* 
Hum, it contracts again into that which was callea 



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the Thracian BospZrus^ (Strait of Constantinople, 
Map 26,) which, after keeping the two continents 
narrowly asunder, opens oat again into PotUub 
Euannus (the Euxine or Black sea). At the northern 
extremity of the strait are some rocky islets, known 



under the name of the SymplegSdes. (Thracian 
Bosporus, Map 26.) 

Among the Greek colonies on the shore of the 
Ettxine, belonging to Thrace, we mention Salmy* 
dessus and Apollonia. 



GRAECIA.-(MAPS 15, 16, 17, 18, 19.) 



The name Graecia was not nsed by the Greeks 
themselves. They called themselves, generally, EeU 
lenea, and their country Hellas. From this generic 
name, the Macedonians and Epirotes were jealously 
excluded ; it was with some hesitation that the Acar- 
nanians, Aetolians, and Thessalians, were included 
under it, though among these last lay the original 
seat of the little tribe of Hellenes, from whom it was 
actually derived. Homer mentions the Hellenes once 
only, and then as a specific tribe of Greeks; when 
he speaks of the Greeks collectively, he calls them 
Achaei, (Lat. Achivi,) Danai, and Argaei, (Lat. 
Argivi,) names which also belong properly to par- 
ticular tribes. 

Taking Greece in its most extended sense, including 
all the northern semi-Greek countries, we may com- 
pare it to a triangle, having the mountain chain of 
Ilaemus for its base, the coast lines of the Aegean 
nnd Ionian seas for its sides, and Cape Taencirumf 
(iSIatapan,) the southern extremity of the Pelopon- 
nesuSj for its apex. This triangular space is nearly 
bisected by the chain of Pindub and its adjuncts, 
which constitute the water-shed of the whole country, 
separating the rivers on the eastern side, which flow 
into the Aegean, from those on the western, which 
flow into the Ionian sea. 

PELOPONNESUS — MOREA. — (MAP 18.) 

The leaf-shaped peninsula so called is almost en- 
tirely covered with mountainous elevations and the 
well-watered valleys between them. This is particu- 
larly the case with the central region, Arcadia, 
which, on this account, was assigned to the god of 
Hhepherds, and is identified in our language with 
images of pastoral life and rural simplicity. 

Among the Mountains, the most noted were, 1. 
Ci/ll^e, reputed by ancients and moderns to be the 
highest of them all, and fabled to have been the 
birthplace of Mercury : 2. Lycaeus, and, 3. 3fae' 
71 7/ MS, both favorite haunts of Pan: 4. TaygHus^ 
the resort of Spartan maidens, a range of mountains 
now called, from its five peaks, Pentedactylon, which 



runs from N. to S., tOl it terminates at the bluff 
promontory of Taendrum, (Matapan,) the soathem 
point of Greece, where Virgil places one of the 
approaches to the infernal regions': 5. Stymphdlus, 
a mountain, town, and lake, where dwelt the vora- 
cious birds StympTialides, that fed on human flesh, 
the destruction of which was one of the twelve labors 
of Hercules : 6. ErymarUkuSj the haunt of the boar, 
to destroy which was another of the prescribed tasks 
of Hercules. 

The chief Rivers of Peloponnesus were the two 
following: 1. Alpheius, by much the largest and 
longest. On its right bank, not a great way from 
the embouchure, was the town of Pisa, and near it, 
the plain of Olympian where the most famous of the 
Greek games were celebrated the first month of every 
fifth year — a period of time which was called an 
Olympiad, and formed the basis of Greek chrono- 
logy. Here also was the sacred grove Altis, planted 
by Hercules, and adorned with the renowned statue 
of Jupiter by Phidias. The Alpheius, in its course, 
disappears under ground for a time, which gave rise 
to the fiction of the river-god making his way under 
the sea to meet his Arethusa in the Sicilian island 
Ortygia. The Alpheius is joined, on the right side, 
by the Helissorif on which was Megalopolis, birth- 
place of the historian Polybius and of Philopoemen, 
' the last of the Greeks ;' and by the Ladon. Among 
the mountains where Alpheius rises, was Mantineia, 
(Map 26,) the scene of the second great victory of 
the Theban Epaminondas over the Lacedaemonians, 
and of his death : 

2. The other river of note was the Eurotas, It 
rises not far from the Alpheius, on the opposite slope 
of the water-shed, and flows through a basin bounded 
on the W. by Taygelus, on the E. by Mts. Parmm 
and Zarax, On its banks was the city of Sparta 
V. Lacedaemon, the great rival of Athens, not in 
arts, but in arms. 

The other localities in the Peloponnesus worth 
noting will be best learned in connection with the 
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—into which it was divided, viz. : 1. Aohata, bounded 
on the N. by Sinus Corinthidcvs, (Golf of Lepanto,) 
and including Corinthia and Sicyonia; 2. Eus; 3. 
Messenia ; 4. Laconia ; 5. AboOijs ; and, 6. Ar- 
cadia. 

1. In Achaia, on the IsthmiLS, was OorirUhius. It 
had a port on each side of the Isthmus, Lechaeum 
on the Corinthian gulf, and Cenchreae on the SarO' 
nic — Whence the epithet bimaris. The Citadel was on 
the summit of a rock called Aiyrocorinthus^ whence 
sprang the fountain Pirene. 

2. In EliSj besides Pisa and Olympia, on the 
Alpkeitts, was PyluSj one of three towns of that name 
which claimed to be the city of Nestor, the sage of 
the Iliad. 

3. In Mebsenia, in the basin of the stream Pamt- 
stis, was Messene and its citadel Ithome, called by 
Philip of Macedon one of the * horns of the Pelo- 
ponnesus, ' AcrocorirUhua being the other. 

4. On the Laconian coast were the two promon- 
tories, Taendrurrif already mentioned, and Malea, or 
Malea, a cape dangerous to mariners. 

5. In Argolia were Argos v. Argi, a favorite city 
of Juno, and Mycenae, the city of Agamemnon, 
Tiryns, the reputed birthplace of Hercules, Lema 
and its marsh, the abode of the many-headed Hydra, 
which it was one of the twelve labors of Hercules 
to destroy, and Nemea, the haunt of the Nemean 
lion, the killing of which was another of those labors. 

6. In the inland Arcadia, besides the places men- 
tioned above, was the town Tegea. Cleitor with its 
fountain, said to render those who drank of it averse 
to wine. 

QRAEOIA PROPRIA. — (mAP 16.) 

The isthmus of Corinth connects Peloponnesus 
with Greece proper, the notable localities of which 
will be best indicated by referring each to the ancient 
division, as well as to the river, where there is one, 
on which it was situated. These divisions were 
Attica, Meoaris, Boeotia, Phocis, Poris, Locris, 
Aetoua, and Acarnania. 

1. In AUica stood Athenab, with h^r Acropolis 
and its ParihJtnonf and her triple harbor .(Petroetis, 
JUunychia, and PhaUrum); Eleusis; the plain of 
ilardthon, memorable for the defeat of the Persians, 
B. c. 490, (a. u. 0. 263,) (Map. 26) ; Mt. PenteUcus, 
(Meudeli,) which furnished marble for the building 
of the Parthenon ; the silver-mines of Laurium; and 
the southern promontory Sunium, crowned with the 



temple of Minerva Sunias, the pillars of which 
still standing give name to the modem Cape 
Colonne. 

2. In Boeotia the low country was proverbial for 
its thick atmosphere and the pingue ingenium of its 
inhabitants ; but the mountains Ciihaeron and Eeli^ 
con, with its fountain BtppocrSne, and the hills which 
enclose the plain, were all of a character so opposite, 
that, under the general name of Aoniu, they were 
celebrated by the poets as the favorite haunts of the 
Muses, who were hence called Aonides, Aoniae pueU 
lae, and Heliconides v. Heliconiddes, In Boeotia 
were the towns of Thebae, the capital, birthplace of 
Epaminondas and Pindar; south of it, Plataeae, 
(Map 26,) where the confederated Gree^i defeated 
the Persians under Mardonius ; and Leuctra, (Map 
26,) where Epaminondas gained his first victory over 
the Lacedaemonians, b. c. 371, (a. u. o. 383). On 
the narrow strait called Eurlpus, which separates 
Boeotia from Euboea, was Aulis, where the Grecian 
fleet destined for Troy was detained by contrary 
winds, till Agamemnon consented to the required 
sacrifice of his daughter Iphigenia. 

3. Of Phocis, the remarkable features were, 1. 
The fountain-head and early course of the Cephissus, 
(major,) whose lower basin formed the northern por- 
tion of Boeotia: 2. Mt. Pamctssus, sacred to 
Apollo. Between the two peaks was/ons Castalius, 
and farther down, on the Pleistus, of which the Cas- 
talian spring is a feeder, stood the Temple of Apollo, 
and in it the Tripod of the Pythia, and the Delphic 
Oracle. 

4. Aetoua was famous in early Greek story as 
the country ravaged by the Caledonian boar, which 
was slain at last by Meleager. AcTvel^His, the long- 
est and largest of Grecian rivers, and fabled by the 
poets to have been the first created, forms the boun« 
dary between Aetolia and 

5. Acarnania, (Map 15,) a district which lies 
between Achelous and the Ambracian gulf. At the 
entrance of this gulf, near the promontory AcHunif 
the naval battle was fought between Augustus and 
Marc Antony, which secured to the former the un* 
disputed sovereignty of the Roman world, b. c. 31. 

6. Between the Ambracian gulf and the Acroce- 
raunian promontory lay the extensive regt5n oi 
Epirus, famed for its breed both of horses and of 
watch-dogs, — the latter called Molossian, from Jfo 
lossiSf a district of Epirus, — and still more famous 
for the most ancient of all the Greek oracles, Dod4fta 



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HariDg now reached the western limits of Greece, 
we return eastward to the Aegean shore, and find 
(lying to the N. of Greece proper, and separated 
from it by Mt. Oela, which is an offset from the 
Pindas chain) the country called by the ancients 

THESSALIA. — (mAP 15.) 

Physically considered, Thsssalia is made up of 
the basin of the river Feneius. It is a territory 
containing 4000 square miles of surface, and is sin- 
gular in being encompassed on all the four sides, 
even the side facing the sea, by ranges of mountains ; 
on the west by Pindus; on the north by Months 
Cambunii and M. Fierus ; on the south by M. Othrys ; 
and on the east and north-east by Felion, Ossa, and 
Olympus^ 'the three hills by the piling of which, one 
upon the other, the fabled giants attempted to scale 
the heavens. To the continuity of this mountain-chain 
there is but one interruption — a rent in the rocky 
barrier between Olympus and Ossa, and through it 
the single main river of Thessaly proper finds its way 
to the Aegean. This outlet of the Feneius bore the 
name of Tempe, a valley which in some places is so 
narrow as barely to allow the river to pass between 
the opposite cliffs. 

On one of the tributaries of the Peneius called 
ApiddnuSf where it is joined by its feeder Enlpeus, 
lies the field where the battle of Fharsalus was fought 
between Caesar and Pompey, b. c. 48, (a. u. o. 706). 
On the Feneius itself, below the point where the Api- 
danus falls into it, stood Larisaa^ which some describe 
as the city of Achilles ; but that honor belongs rather 
to another Larissa, not within the limits of the great 
basin, but in that south-eastern portion of Thessaly 
called Phthidtia, the country of the Doldpes and the 
Myrmiddnes. 

Owing to the deep indentations, numerous projec- 
tions, and great irregularity of the line of coast, the 
headlands and bays make an important feature of the 
geography of Greece. 

Of the former, l^aenarum, Malea^ Sunium, and 
CaphareuSy have been already mentioned ; to which 
may be added prom. Bhium (south) and Antirrhium 
(north), which nearly block up the entrance of the 
Hinvs Corintliidcus ; Arcbxus, the north-west point 
of Peloponnesus ; CheloTicUeSf the farthest west , and 
Acrltds in Messenia. 

The bays and gulfs connected with Peloponnesus 
Were Sinus Oorinthiacus^ Messeniacus, LaconU 
eu8j ArgolicuSy and Saronlcus: in the last of these 
were the islands of Calauria, where Demosthenes 



died ; Aeglna, once the rival of Athens at sea ; and ' 
in front of the harbor of Athens, Saldmis, off the 
east end of which the fleet of Xerxes was defeated 
by the Athenians, B. a 480. In continental Greece 
were the Sinus Maliacus, (Zeitonn) ; Pagasaeus, 
(Yolo,) so called from the town Fagdsae; and along 
the coast of Macedonia, Sinus Thermaicus, (Salo- 
nichi,) Toronaicus, Singiixcus^ and Strymontcus, 
The most noted islands pertaining to Greece are : 

I. In the Ionian sea — 1. Oorcgra, (Corfu,) thought 
to be the Homeric Scheria, the island of the Phaea- 
cians, where lived the suitors of Penelope : 2. Ithaca, 
the home of Ulysses : 3. Zacynthus, (Zante,) a colony 
from which is said to have peopled and given name 
to Saguntum : 4. Off the west coast of Peloponne- 
sus the rocks called StropMdes, (Strivali,) the haunts 
of the harpies. To the south of the Laconian pro- 
montory Malea, was Cythera^ an island sacred to 
Yenus : still farther south is Creta, with the cities 
of Cnossus, the capital of King Minos, Chrtyna, 
and Cydonia, all three famed for archery. Of its 
mountains, Ida was the loftiest, and on Dicle Jnpi- 
ter was said to have been reared, and fed upon honey 
and the milk of the goat Amalthea. The sea around 
the island was called Greticum. 

II. Of the islands lying to the east of Greece and 
in the Aegean sea, we shall name first those worthy 
of mention which are situated to the north of the 
38th parallel of latitude. They are, 

1. Euboea, an island stretching 150 miles along 
the coast of Boeotia and Attica, and approaching so 
near the continent in the channel called Euripns, 
that a bridge is said to have been at one time thrown 
across. On this channel was the chief city of the 
island, Chalcis, opposite to Aulis in Boeotia. In 
doubling Capfidreus, a promontory at the south-east 
extremity of Euboea, the Grecian fleet on its return 
from Troy was overtaken by a storm, which partly 
destroyed and partly dispersed it : 

2. Samothrdce, where the Corybantes practised the 
rites and mysteries of Cybele : 

3. Lemnos, an island sacred to Yulcan : 

4. Tenedos, an island in sight of Troy : 

5. Directlf south is Lesbos, birthplace of Alcaeus 
and Sappho, the two great lyric poets of Greece : 

6. Chios, (Scio,) one of the seven places which 
contended for the honor of giving birth to Homer. 
Chios was also noted for its wines. 

The numerous islets in the Aegean, in latitudes 
lower than 38^, are generally classed under two de- 
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I. The Ctolades, a gronp which cluster round 
DsLOS — that floating island which Neptune fixed 
with his trident as a resting-place for Latona to give 
birth to Apollo and his twin-sister Diana. 

Of this gproup the most^noted, after Delos, were, 

1. Faros, famed for its statuary marble, and the 
birthplace of Phidias, the sculptor who made the 
noblest use of it : 

2. Ceo8, off the promontory of Sunium, birthplace 
of the elegiac poet Simonides : 

3. South of Delos, Naxo8, an island that figures in 
the history of Bacchus and Ariadne : 

II. The scattered islets to the east and south-east 
of the Cyclades were called from that circumstance 
Spobadbs. They extended as far E. as Icaria, which 
took its name, as did the sea around it, from the fabled 
fate of Icarus, the son of Daedalus, and as far S. E. 
as GarpSikos, (Scarpanto,) which in like manner gave 
to the waters round it the name of Carpaikium Pela- 
gu8. Between Icaria and the continent was Samos, 
birthplace of Pythagoras, and a favorite island of 
Juno. 

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS ON OREEOB. 

The chain of Pindus, of which we have already 
spoken as dividing the waters that fall into the Ae- 
gean from those that fisdl into the Ionian sea^ has 
numerous lateral branches, which on the eosf side 
go off nearly at right angles, like ribs from the spine : 
such are the mountains of Arg5lis, of Attica, and 
those which form the northern and southern bounda- 
ries of Thessaly ; while on the west side these offsets 
are disposed in ridges nearly parallel to Pindus itself. 

The lateral branche£hwhich are on the east side of 
PiNDXJB inclose a great number of basins, the most 
remarkable of which are as follows, beginning from 
the north : 

L The Basin of the Stiymon, including the Mace- 
donian plain of Serres, distinguished by the fertility 
of its soil and the abundance of its products, par- 
ticularly of cotton : 

2. The Basin of the Peneius, forming the country 
*f Thessaly. Being nearly circular, and not open- 
sig wide to the sea, like most other basins, it has 
every appearance of having once been a great lake, 
whose waters were at last discharged, either by the 
sudden disruption, or by the gradual wearing down, 
of the narrow ravine called the Vale of Tempe : 

3. The valley of the Sperchius, inclosed by the 
roouiitain ranges of Othiys and Oeta : 

4. The Basin of the northern Cepliissus, which 

4 



includes a great part of Doris and Boeotia. The 
river, arriving at low and spongy ground, spreads 
out into the lake Copdis, now Topolias, whose waters 
find their way to the Aegean sea by subterranean 
passages : 

5. The Basin of the Alpheius, in the Peloponnesus, 
though the course of the river is westward, may be 
enumerated as a fifth. The Alpheius, rising on the 
confines of Laconia, collects in its course all the 
streams produced on the interior summits and sides 
of the mountain chain that encircles Arcadia. 

The basins on the west side of Pindus are longer 
and narrower, and, owing to the position of the moun- 
tain ridges, extend generally in a north-east and south- 
west direction. In Greece proper are the Basins of 
the Achel5utf and Evenus : those farther to the north 
are less memorable. 

The Mountains of Greece are almost entirely lime * 
stone, which assumes the shape, in some places, of 
long, sharp, continuous ridges ; in others, of round 
craggy summits, with strata highly inclined. It is 
to this physical conformation of the soil and surface 
of Greece that she owes many of her natural features 
and peculiarities — such as, the numerous caverns, 
fountains, kaJtabothra, or under-ground river coursse, 
hot springs, stalactitic incrustations, and gaseous ex- 
halations, which, among a people of lively fancy and 
abounding with traditionary story, served to nourish, 
if they did not give birth to, much of the popular 
superstition and beautiful mythology of the Greeks. 

The height of the principal mountains has not been 
accurately ascertained. Orbelus, now Argentaro, is 
covered with perpetual snow, and must therefore, 
being in the latitude of 42^, have at least 8000 feet 
of perpendicular elevation. The range of Pindus is 
considerably lower, probably from five to six thousand 
feet at the highest. Mount Athos rises to the height 
of 4350 English feet. 

The Rivers of Greece, with the exception of thoso 
that form the basins enumerated, and some of their 
tributaries, are of short course, and often little more 
than winter torrents, {x^nia^iiot,) whose channels are 
dry in summer^ Such, for example, is the famed 
Ilissus at Athens. 

A distinguishing feature of Graecia Propria and 
Peloponnesus, and one which had a considerable in- 
fluence in the first mouldiug of its political condition, 
is the frequent occurrence of rich plains, overlooked 
and commanded by abrupt insulated rocks rising in 
the middle or at one end of them, and bounded at 
no great distance by mountains. Thesu plains and 



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SKETCH OF CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 



aataral fortresses, presenting facilities for subsist- 
ence, defence, and retreat, attracted population, and 
encouraged the forming of small independent com- 
munities. Such were Thebes, Argos, Messene, and 
Corinth: 

Antiquities. — Some curious specimens of the co- 
lossal architecture called Cyclopean, much more an- 
cient than the classical times of Greece, still remain 
at Mycenae, Argos, Tiryns, etc. : it is rude in: its 
form and gigantic in its dimensions, and probably 
the work of the same people, who have left still more 
numerous and striking examples of it in Italy. Of 
the classical age, the remains are principally temples, 
and the most remarkable of these are in and about 
Athens. On the Acropolis are still to be found the 
rnins of the Propylaea, the FarihMon, or Temple 
of Minerva, that of Victory, the united Temples of 
Neptune, Erechtheus, and Minerva Polias, built on 



the spot where the contest between Minerva and Nep* 
tune was supposed to have taken place, the Pandro- 
seion, in honor of Pandr5sos, daughter of Cecrops 
On the plain below the Acropolis, the Temple ot 
Theseus, Theseion; and near it, the comparatively 
modem arch of Hadrian, and the Temple of Jupi- 
ter Olympius, Olympieion, begun by Pisistratos, 
and dedicated TOO years after by the Emperor 
Hadrian. 

In the city of Athens and its suburbs, (Map 17,) 
the most remarkable points were — the ^Ireopa^us, 
the Pnyx, where the assemblies of the people were 
held, the theatre of Bacchus, the Ceramlcus, including 
the Agora or Forum, Prytaneum, the Schools, viz., 
the Lycium of Aristotle, the Academia of Plato, 
the portico called Xtoa ilMxtxi;, in Latin, Poecile, 
where Zeno the Stoic taught, and Oynosargea, fre- 
quented by AntisthSnes and the Cynics. 



ASIA MINOE.-(MAP 20.) 



The country which we call Asia Minor was called 
by the ancients Asia simply, and has now the name 
of Anatolia. Surrounded on three sides by the sea, 
it has something of the character of a peninsula. It 
is bounded on the north by the Pontus Euxinus 
(Euxine or Black Sea) and the Propontis; on the 
west by the Aegean ; and on the south by the Me- 
diterranean. On the east, it is separated from the 
main continent of Asia by the river Euphrates and 
the range of the Taurus. 

Commencing in the north-east, we find the follow- 
ing towns and localities of interest : 

The town TrapBzUs -untis, a Greek settlement of 
great antiquity, which, under the modem form of 
Trebizond, was a place of considerable note during 
the Eastern Empire ; 

CeriisuSj whence Lucullus transplanted the tree 
which bears its name in Latin (cherry) ; 

The mouth of the river Thermodon, whose basin 
and town, Themiscpra, were assigned as the dwelling- 
place of the fabled race of female warriors called 
Amazons ; 

The river Halys, eastern boundary of the Lydian 
kingdom of Croesus, the crossing of which proved 
fatal to him in his contest with Cyrus, king of 
Persia ; 

Sinope, on a peninsula that juts into the sea, said 
to have been as old as the Argonautic expedition, at 
line time_ capital of the kingdom of Pontus, till 



taken by Lucullus, and birthplace of Diogenes the 
Cynic ; 

Carambis, a promontory opposite to another in the 
Crimea called CriumetopoUf (ram's forehead,) at the 
distance of 150 miles across the Euxine ; 

Eeraclea, — surnamed Pontica to distinguish it 
from numerous cities of similar name in. the aacient 
world — chief town of the Mariandgni, and said, 
like the others, to have been founded by Hercules ; 

The mouth of the Sangarius v. Sagdris, which 
rises in Mt. Dindymon ; 

All these localities are in the provinces of Asia 
Minor called Pontus, Paphlagonia, and Bitkynia, 
The other maritime provinces of the peninsula are 
six in number. Of these, three are on the Asiatic 
shore of the Aegean, viz. : I. Mtbia, including Phry- 
gia Minor and the Troab (Map 26) ; 2. Ltdia v. 
Maeonia, including Ionia, which was the seaboard of 
Lydia, and thickly planted with Greek colonies ; and, 
3. Caria, including the district of Doris. The other 
three are on the Mediterranean. 1. Ltcia; 2 Pam- 
PHTLiA, including Pisidia and Isauria; and, 3. Ci- 
LiGiA. In all these six provinces, there are lo alities 
with whose names and positions every student ought 
to be made familiar. For example : 

1. In Mysia, it is sufficient to name Tb^aja or 

Ilion, situated on an eminence between the i^iimois 

j and Scamander. The city was overlooked V#y Mt 

i Ida, and itself overlooked the plain of Trov. Hero 



SKETCH OF CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 



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also was the" river Gramcus, on whose banks Alex- 
ander the Great gained his first yietorj over Darius, 
B. 0. 324, (Map 26). 

2. In Ltdia flowed the river Hermus, famed for the 
gold found in the sand of its channel : near it was 
the site of Sardis, at the foot of Mt Tmolus, the 
capital of Croesus, king of Lydia. A little way S. 
of the Hermus was Smyrna, on the Meles, one of 
the cities which contended for being the birthplace 
of Homer. Among the twelve cities that formed the 
Ionian league, besides Smyrna, were Teos, birthplace 
of Anacreon, and Ephesus, birthplace of the weeping 
philosopher Heraclltus, and of the painter Parrha- 
sius. It was situated at the mouth of the Gaystrus, 
famed among the poets for its swans. Farther south 
is Mt Myoale, off which the Greeks gained a signal 
victory over the Persians, the same day, it is said, on 
which Mardonius was defeated at Plataeae, We next 
cross the Maeander, a river of great length, and so 
remarkable for its windings as to have furnished an 
English word descriptive of a similar character in 
other streams. South of the Macander, but still to 
be reckoned an Ionian city, was Miletus, from which 
went most of the Greek colonies that fringed the 
border of the Euxine Sea. It was noted also for its 
wool, and was the birthplace of Thales, the earliest 
of the Greek philosophers. 

3. On the coast of Cabia stood Edlicarnassus, a 
city memorable as the birthplace of the great histo- 
rians Herodotus and Dionysius, and for the sepulchral 
monument of Mausolus, reared by his queen Artemisia. 
On the opposite side of the bay stood Cnidus, where 
was a statue of Venus, reckoned the master-work of 
Praxiteles ; and at the entrance of this bay, mid-way 
between Halicarjuissus and Onidus, lay the island 
Cos, birthplace of the famous physician and medical 

-writer Hippocrates, and of Apelles, the most cele- 
brated of Grecian painters. Cos was noted also for 
its wines, and for the manufacture of fine cloth. Off 
the coast of Caria is another island much larger and 
more noted than Cos, viz., RJiodos, Rhodes, in the 
capital of which, of the same name, was the brazen 
statue of the sun, called Colossus, 70 cubits high, 
which bestrode the entrance of the harbor. 

4. Moving eastward, along the Carian shore, we 
enter Lycia, and pass under the wooded Cragus, one 
of the extremities of Mt. Taurus, and a favorite 
resort of Diana. Having crossed the Xanthus, we 
arrive at Paidra, the winter residence, according to 
the poets, of Apollo, as Delos was his favorite 
d\Telling-place in summer. Farther east, after' 



rounding the Prom. Sacrum, we find Mons Chi- 
maera. 

5. In Pamphylia, the only point of interest is the 
town Pfiaaelis. 

6. CnJciA extends from the e&stem limit of Pam- 
phylia to the Sinu^ Isslcus and Mt. Amdnus, and 
has the mountain chain of Taurus for its northern 
boundary. The western portion of Cilicia is rov{ih 
and hilly, and was thence called Tracheia: the 
eastern, being more level and fertile, was called 
Pedias. On the coast of the latter, as we approach 
the river Cydnus, we pass through Soli. We then 
come to the Cydnus, by ascending which we arrive at 
Tarsus, the capital of the province, and the birth- 
place of St. Paul. The last town in Cilicia, situated 
at the head of the Sinu^ IssXcus, was Issus, (Map 
26,) where Alexander gained his second great victory 
over the Persians, and made prisoners of war the 
wife, mother, and infant son of Darius. In this 
neighborhood were also the Pylae Amanlcae and 
Pylae Syriae, narrow passes or gorges in Amdnus, 
the mountain range which runs north-east from the 
bay of Issus till it joins Mt. Taurus. Fronting the 
bay of Issus is Cyprus, the favorite island of Venus, 
and hence the numerous epithets applied to the god- 
dess which are derived from towns and temples therein 
— such, for example, are Cypria, Paphia, Idalia, 
Amathuntia v. -thusia, and Salaminia. 

The inland provinces of Asia Minor were : 

1. Phbtqia, in the centre of which was Synndda, 
noted for its quarries of variegated marble, which 
was a costly article of ornamental architecture at 
Rome. In this province, on the confines of Caria, 
and not far from the sources of Maeander; were also 
the cities of Laodicea and Colossal, the seatb of early 
Christian churches, and Celaenae, where mythologi- 
cal history places the scene of the flaying of Marsyas 
by Apollo : 

2. Galatia V. Gallograeoia, (both terms alluding 
to the fact of the invasion and settling there of a body 
of Gallic emigrants,) comprehended the upper por- 
tions of the river-basins of Halys and Sangarius, 
and the cities of PesslnUs, Ancyra, (Angora,) and 
Oordium. 1. The first of these towns, situated at 
the foot of Mt. Dindymon, was noted for the worship 
of Cybele. 2. At Ancyra, a temple was erected to 
Augustus during his lifetime. 3. Gordium, before 
the invasion of the Gauls, was the capital of Phry- 
gia, — ^the city of Gordius, the father of Midas, — and 
famous for the story of the Gordian knot : 

3. In Cappadocia, the point of greatest interoflft 



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SKETCH OP CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 



is Mt Argaeus, with Mazaca, the capital of the pro- 
vince, at the foot of it : 

4. West of Cappadocia was the province of Lt- 
CAONiA, with its capital Iconiumy the scene of the 
labors of St Paul and Barnabas^ as recorded in the 
Acts of the Apostles : 

5. To the N. E. of Cappadocia lay Armenia 
minor, in which Pompey founded a city which he 
called Nicopolis, in memory of a decisive victory he 
gained there in the Mithridatic war. 

Physical Aspects. — The moantain range called 
Amdnus forms the S. E. boundary of Asia Minor, 
separating it from Stria, in like manner as the Eu- 
phrates and part of Mt. TauruB separate^it on the 
N. E. from Armenia major. The Asiatic peninsula — 
of which we have done little more than trace the sea- 
board of low rich land that skirts the shores of the 
Euxine, Propontis, Aegean, and Mediterranean seas 
*- exhibits a central belt of elevated land, abutting 
on mountain ranges, which slope downward to the 
respective seas that form its .northern and southern 
boundary. The southern chain is so marked and 
uninterrupted, that it was early designated by a 
general name. All ancient geographers agree in 
calling it Taxtrus ; but some trace it eastward from 
Cape Trogilium and Mt. Mycdle on the Aegean; 
while Strabo, whose authority is high in what con- 
cerns this peninsula, of which he was himself a 
native, makes it commence from a precipitous and 
lofty ridge which runs northward from Prom. Sacrum 
and Mt. Climax in Lycia. Thence making a sweep 
to the E., and taking, in one part of its course, the 
name of AntUaurus, it proceeds in a N. E. direction 
until, as it approaches the Euphrates, it sends off the 



branch called Amanus to the south west, and skirts 
the course of that river, of which it alters the direc- 
tion. Another branch of Taurus runs more directly 
E., bounding to the N. the maritime provinces of 
Pamphylia and Cilicia. The northern chain connected 
with Antitanrus, and running W. parallel with the 
Black Sea, is more broken and scattered than Taurus, 
and has not therefore been distinguished by a general 
appellation, but it may be traced westward in the 
successive ranges of Paryadres, Olgassys, the two 
Olympi and Ida. The central plateau, comprehend- 
ing the four inland provinces already mentioned, is 
distinguished by a number of lakes without issae, 
most of them salt, and of rivulets that never reach 
the sea — ^facts which attest the general levelness of 
the surface. That part of Phrygia called anciently 
KaiaJcecaum^inef {%. e. combusta,) abounds in appear- 
ances of scorching and sterility, which Strabo con- 
siders as indications of frequent earthquakes and 
volcanic eruptions. 

Antiquiiiea. — Although Asia Minor, especially the 
coast of the Aegean, was in ancient times the seat 
of many noble cities, adorned with splendid monu- 
ments of art, time and barbarism have either entirely 
destroyed even the ruins, or left them in such shape- 
less, scattered, and mutilated masses, as to conrey 
but little information. Not only are there no re- 
mains of the famous Temple of Diana at Ephesos, 
but the very site of the town is disputed. The exist- 
ence of former civilization is attested by fragmentB, 
curious and interesting indeed, but not singly of im- 
portance enough to be enumerated in so general an 
outline as this. 



PALAESTINA.-(MAP 21.) 



Palabstina, Phoenicia, and Jttdaea, were parts 
of what was, in classical times, called Syria, the tract 
of land which forms the eastern boundary of the 
Mediterranean, between Asia Minor and Aegypt. 

The physical characteristic of this country is an 
almost continuous range of mountains, stretching 
fi*om north to south in a direction parallel to the 
eastern shore of the Mediterranean, and nowhere far 
distant from it. Though it assumes different local 
appellations, the chain may be called by the general 
name of Libunus, (the Lebanon of Scripture,) and 
the highest part of the range is where it diverges into 
two branches, Zibanus and Antilibanus. To that 



point, the Hermon of Holy Writ, and the high ground 
adjoining, may be traced the sources of the three 
principal, and* indeed only rivers, the OrorUes, 
Leontes, and Jorddnes. 

1. The Orontes, (see Map 20,) after flowing north- 
wards during the greater portion of its course, makes 
a bend to the west, traversing a wide valley between 
Mons Pierivs on the north (the termination of 
Amdnus) and Mons Cassius on the south (the com- 
mencement of Libdnus). On the left bank, twenty 
miles from the mouth, stood Antiogheia, long the 
capital of Syria, and celebrated for the luxury of iU 
inhabitants. 



SKETCH OF CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 



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2. The LeonieSf rising at the point of divergence 
of Libdnna and AnHlibanvs, flows south throngh a 
widening basin, enclosed between these two ranges, 
which, from its physical aspect, was called CoeU'Syria. 

3. jDrddneSf ^e Jordan, springing from Mt. Her- 
mon, near Faneaa, afterwards Caesaria Philippi, 
flows almost due sonth, forming in its course sncces- 
sively, 1. the Lake SamocTionttis ; 2. the Lake Tibe^ 
rias, known also in the New Testament as ' the Sea 
of Tiberias,* 'Galilee,* or ' Gennesaret, ' on which 
was situated the city of Tiberias (now Tabarieh), so 
oamed by Herod Antipas in honor of Tiberius Cae- 
sar ; and, 3. the Locus AspTialiUes, or Dead Sea^ a 
bituminous lake without issue, in which the Jordan 
is lost The banks of this lake are the lowest inha- 
bited land known, being 1$12 feet below the level of 
the Mediterranean. 

About half-way between the head of the Dead Sea 
and the Mediterranean, on the brook Eedron, stood 
Eierosolj/maj jEBUSiALEM, (see plan Map 21,) the 
metropolis of Palestine, northeast of which is «7e- 
ricJio. To the east of the Jordan, in the valley of 
the JabboJs, were Gerasa and PhiladelpMa. 

Proceeding from the north along the coast, and 
passing Bergtus, (BeirQt,) — a Roman colony in the 
reign of Augustus, — we find ourselves, as we ap- 

ASSYRIA.- 

' With regard to the vast continent of Asia, which 
stretches eastward beyond that peninsular portion of 
it that we have been examining, it was so imperfectly 
known to the ancients in the brighter periods of their 
literary history, that but few notices of it are re- 
quisite. The great basins of the Euphrates and 
Tigris, embracing part of Arbienia and of Media, 
and the whole of MESOPOTAifiA, Assyria, Susiana, 
and Babylonia, are important in themselves, and 
contain points of considerable interest. Both these 
rivers rise in Armenia, the Euphrates in Abus, and 
the Tigris in Niph&tes, the two eastern terminations 
of the range of Taurus and ArdiUiurus; and after a 
course, the Euphrates of 1530 miles, the Tigpris of 
1000, having run nearly parallel to each other, 
they unite their waters and fall into the Sinus Per- 
sirtLS. 

1. Armeioa major was chiefly composed of the 
Basin of the Araxes, a river which rises in Anbi- 
tauruSf a few miles from one of the sources of the 
Euphrates, and after joining the Gyrus, which is the 
northern boundary of Armenia, they flow with united 
stream into the Mare Caspium v. Hyrcdnum. On 



proach the mouth of the Leantes, in Si don, and soon 
after crossing it, in Tyros, both of which cities are in 
Phobnigia. They were the earliest, most enterprising, 
and wealthiest of all ancient states. Nearly on the 
same parallel of latitude as Sidon, but considerably to 
the east beyond the chain of A7iHlibdnus, was Da* 
mascus. Farther south, on the coast, was the town 
called Accho in Scripture, afterwards Ptolemais, and 
the modem St. Jean d'Acre. 

The last memorable point in Fhoenicia is Carme' 
Itis M., soon after passing which we enter Palaes- 
TINA, and reach the town and port of Caesaria, so 
named in honor of Augustus, more anciently Turris 
Stratonis, the capital of Samaria under the Romans : 
south-eastward we find Sebasie, the old Samaria; 
and returning to the coast, we pass successively 
Joppa and Ascalon, places of note during the Cru- 
sades. The last point of classical interest near the 
coast was Gaza, which had a port on the sea. 

The connection of Palestine with Saci^d History 
not coming within the scope of the present sketch, 
no allusion has been made to the innumerable points 
of interest which it presents in relation to the Scrip* 
tures — a subject too important to be treated in so 
limited a space. 

-(MAP 22.) 

the le/i side of the Araxes, and overlooked by Mt. 
Ararat on the right, was the capital Artaxdta. 

2. In Mesopotamia, whose name indicates the 
nature of a country formed by the alluvial deposits 
of the two large rivers that enclose it on either side, 
were Carrhae, memorable for the defeat and death 
of Orassus, and NisHbis, on the tributary Mygdonius, 
a frontier city of Imperial Rome. 

8. Assyria is the left side of the Basin of the 
Tigris during the latter part of its course. On the 
river itself stood Nnnrs, Nineveh, the metropolis of 
the Assyrian Empire. The site and vicinity of this 
ancient city have been the scene of recent excava 
tions and discoveries, which promise to throw light 
upon the early records of our race. A little east- 
ward were Ghiugam^la and Arbsla, the scene of the 
battle with Alexander which sealed the fate of Da- 
rius and of the Persian monarchy. 

4. Babylonia and Chaldaea occupied the lower 
part of the Basin of the Euphrates down to its junc- 
tion with the Tigris, and onward to its mouth in the 
SiniLS Persums. The most noted localities were the 
following: on the Euphrates, and bisected by it, 



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SKETCH OF CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 



Babylon, one of the most renowned among the cities 
of remote antiqaitj. In the latest period of its an- 
nals, it was the scene of the death of Alexander the 
Great. Farther up the river was the plain of Cunaxa, 
where the younger Cyrus was defeated and slain by his 
brother Artaserxes; and whence, in consequence of 

AFRICA.- 

The northern coast of Africa extends westward 
about 2000 miles, from the frontiers of Egypt to the 
Pillars of Hercules, that is, from long. 25^ east, to 
6^ west : bounded on the north by the Mediterranean ; 
on the south by the deserts of Libya and Sahara, and 
by the mountain range of Atlas. Mauritania Tin- 
gitana stretches further to the southwest, beyond the 
Pillars of Hercules, to where the Atlas M. approaches 
»he Atlantic Ocean. 

As we advance westward from Alexandria, we 
arrive at Parastonium, the frontier town of Egypt, 
two degrees south of which is the most famed of the 
oases which rise like islands, at rare intervals, out 
of the ocean of arid sand that stretches across the 
continent of Africa. In this oasis was the Temple 
of Jupiter Ammon, which Alexander the Great went 
to consult. Returning to the coast, we meet with 
nothing of classical interest except the Catabaihmus, 
or great declivity, which Sallust improperly describes 
as the boundary between Egypt and Africa, till we 
reach Oyrene, In the latter days of Greece, Cyrene 
was a flourishing colony, where art and philosophy 
were cultivated ; but at the present day not a vestige 
of it remains. Farther along, Berenice is mentioned 
as a town near which were the Gardens of the Hes- 
per ides; but Virgil places them in Mauritania, 
This brings us successively to the shallows and whirl- 
pools called Syrtes, major and minor. Near the 
Syrtis minor was the Lake Tritonis, obscurely con- 
nected with the mythological history of Minerva, who 
is often called Tritonia Virgo. 

From this point commences a region of great natu- 
ral fertility, which was long the ' granary' of Rome, 
and rich in historical recollections. First, we have 
Africa propria, the proper domain of Carthago, 
(Carchedon,) the great rival of RoBiE ; and twenty- 
seven miles west, on the Bagrddas, was Utica, where 
the second Cato, rather than submit to Caesar, put a 
period to his life, and hence he is distinguished from 
Cato Major by the epithet UHcencis, In the interior 
is Zama, where the elder Scipio defeated Hannibal. 
We then enter Numidia, the country of Jugurtha, 
aud the scene of the first exploits of Metellus Numi- 



that defeat, began the retreat of the Ten Thousand 
Greeks, described by Xenophon. (Map 26.) 

The Basin of the Choaspes, a tributary of the Eu- 
phrates, was the country called Susiana, from its 
capital SusA, on the river itself. 

East of Assyria is Media. 

(MAP 23.) 

dicus, which prepared the way for Marius to finujU 
the war and carry Jugurtha prisoner to Rome. The 
last western division of this African coast was Mau^ 
ritania, the kingdom of Bocchus and of Jaba; 
bounded on the N. by the Mediterranean, on the W. 
by the Atlantic, and on the S. by the lofty range of 
Mt. Atlas, which protects it from the encroachmeflts 
of the ocean of sand thai lies beyond. As we ap- 
proach the Atlantic, we come in sight of Ahjla 
(Rock of Ceuta) and Calpe (Rock of Gibraltar), the 
two Pillars of Hercules, on opposite sides of the 
Fretum Herculeum, 

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS ON NORTHERN AFRICA. 

The two most remarkable features of this country 
are, the Great Desert, and the mountain range of 
Atlas. The former, the largest continuity of barren 
surface in the known world, extends, under different 
names, from the shores of the Atlantic to the banks 
of the Nile, interrupted only by a few oases. 

The mountain range of Atlas, which is the north- 
em boundary of the desert called Sahara or Zaara, 
stretches from Fezzan to the Atlantic. It rises in 
successive terraces from the most northern, which 
does not exceed 680 or 600 yards in height, to the 
farthest south, which, if it be covered with perpetual 
snow in lat. 32^, as some travellers affirm, cannot b& 
less than 11,000 feet high. The lower elevations are 
calcareous ; and among them was found the Numi- 
dian or Gaetulian marble, an article of luxury in 
great request among the Romans. The successive 
gradations are connected by transverse branches run- 
ning north and south, among which are plains and 
valleys, watered by streams without issue, and con- 
stituting the 'Country of Dates.' Atlas extends 
eastward from the Atlantic to the Regio Syrtica, 
forming a bulwark against the moving sands of the 
southern desert. 

The streams that descend from the northern side 
of- Atlas water that belt of land, from 60 to 160 miles 
broad, which was long the granary of the Roman 
empire, and is now the country of Tunis, Algiers, 
and Morocco. 



SKETCH OP CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 



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AEGYPTUS.-(MAP 24.) 



BaYPT is the north-east portion of the great penin- 
sular -continent of Africa, situated between the 
Tropic of Cancer (23^ 30') and 31^ 30' N. latitude, 
and between 30° and 35° E. longitude. 

There is perhaps no part of the world, out of 
Italy and Greece, to which allusion is more frequently 
made by the poets and orators of antiquity than to 
Egypt ; but no ancient writer who is not a professed 
geographer goes much into detail, or mentions more 
than one or two of its towns and localities. The 
ginguiar nature of the country, the immemorial exist- 
ence of the pyramids, the dim traditions of a very 
remote antiquity, the absence of rain, the mighty 
cataracts and periodical inundations of the rirer, 
and, above all, the unexplored and, as the ancients 
thought, inexplorable fountain-head of the Nile— all 
combined to throw a charm of sublimity and interest 
oyer the whole. 

Of the towns so thickly planted on the banks of 
the Nile, we only mention 3£emphi8, on the left bank 
of the Nile, with the pyramids in its immediate neigh- 
borhood. Fifteen miles farther, down, the Nile sepa- 



rated into different channels, by all of which its waters 
found their way to the sea. Of these channels the 
ancients enumerated seven : the most noted are the 
two extreme ones, the Ostium CanopXcum W. and 
Feltmacum E. These two diverging branches, with 
the sea-coast line between them, form the sides and 
base of the triangular space Delta, so called from its 
resemblance to the capital form of that letter in the 
Qreek alphabet; and by these two channels alone 
the water of the Nile is now discharged. Twelve 
miles west from the Canopic embouchure was Alex- 
andria, so named after Alexander the Great, who 
founded it on his way back from the Oasis and Tem- 
ple of Jupiter Ammon — a great city in ancient 
times, as it is now under the same name. (Map 26.) 
The annual overflow of the Nile, and the deposit 
by thi^ of a rich stratum of earthy matter, was the 
chief cause of the great fertility of Egypt. There 
were artificial canals, sluices, and a large receptacle 
called Lake Moeria, for the distribution of the water. 
Arsinoe was the capital of the richest portion of 
Egypt, and near it was the celebrated LabyrirUh. 



GEE,MANIA-(MAP 25.) 



Germania, in the most extended sense of the | 
term, reached from the Alps to the North and Baltic 
Seas, and from the Rhine to the Vistula. Viewed 
physically, this vast parallelogram may be divided 
into two nearly equal portions — of which the south- 
ernmost comprises the great valley of the Danube, 
and the other is watered by the rivers which flow 
into the northern seas. We have spoken already of 
the tribes between the Danube and the Alps, and 
consider here only the other part. 

Of mountains, we find, besides the Alps, the Jura, 
Mt. Abnoba, or the Black Forest, the Monies Sudeti, 
or Riesengebirge, and the Carpates M. From the 
Jura to the Carpathians, that is, from the Rhine 
to the sources of the Vistula, this northern range 
ras covered in ancient times by a vast forest, 
ander the general name of the Silva Hercynia, 
W'hich, according to Caesar, extended sixty days' 
journey in length. Its breadth was, in some parts, 
nine days' journey. From its northern flanks 
issued the waters of the Moenus (Main) and Nicer 
(Neckarj, which fall into the Rhine — of the Amisia, 



(Ems,) Visurgis, (Weser,) Viadrus, (Oder,) and 
Vistula, (Weichsel). The Albis, (Elbe,) rising in the 
Sudeti Montes, and receiving the Sala or Saale on 
the left, divided ancient Germany north of the 
Danube into two nearly equal portions, east and 
west. 

The chief political divisions of Germania north of 
the Danube were these : of the tribes adjacent to the 
Danube, the principal were the Quadi, the Marco- 
manni, and the Hermunduri. All these, together 
with the Suem, (who formerly lived in the eastern 
parts of Germany — ^in later times, in the south-west- 
em,) are comprised under the general name of Her- 
miones. The Istaevones inhabited the western re- 
gions bordering on the Rhine, and the Ingaevones 
occupied the low countries from the mouth of that 
river to the Cimbric Chersonesus. The Lygii seem 
to have been a considerable people, between the 
Viadrus and the Vistula. 

Between the Rhine and the North Sea we find the 
Frisii: their country was intersected by a canal 
made by Drusus, which carried a portion of the waters 



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SKETCH OP CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 



of the Rhine into the Locus Flevo (now Znyder 
Zee). The channel of Drosus is now the Yssel. 
North-west of the Prisii were the CTuiuci: beyond 
the month of the Elbe were the Angli, Scucones, and 
Oimbri — ^the two first of whom crossed over in a later 
lime into Britain. Sonth of the Chanci were the 
An^varii and Cheruscif who, nnder Arminitts, 
overthrew Yaros and his three legions in the Silva 
Teutobergierms, near the sonrees of the Lippe and 
Ems. 

Ascending the Rhine from the coast of the Prisii, 
we arrive at the Bructeriy on the Yssel, and the 
Margi, on the Lippe. The Usipetes and TenctJieri 
were driven across the Rhine by more powerful neigh- 
bonk On the Luppia, (Lippe,) the Rura, (Ruhr,) 
and Signs, (Sieg,) lived the Sicarnbri. The MoU" 
Had lay between the Sieg and the Moenus, (Main,) 
and occnpied the Mons Taunus. Southward from 
hence, the district between the Rhine, the Main, and 
the XTpper Danube, was called by the Romans Agri 
Decumdtes, from the tithe which they had to pay to 
the Romans. In this re^on we find afterward the 
Alemanni, which was probably only a new league of 



the old tribes of these regions. Behind the Sicambri, 
about the sources of the Yisnrgis, lay the CfuUii, 
(Hessians,) a tribe of the Hermiones. 

Passing eastward from the valley of the Upper 
Rhine, we come to the Hermunduri : east of them, 
on the bank of the Danube, were the Narisci, about 
Ratisbon : north-east of these, the Boii, or Boio- 
hemi, in Bohemia, whose country was seized by the 
Marcomanni. North-east of them were the Osi, 
Chihinif and Buri, in Silesia : north-west of w^om 
were the Marsigni, and farther to the north-w^st, 
the Semnones. 

Among the Lygian tribes between the Viadrns and 
Yistula, we mention the Arii, ffelvecones, Manimi, 
Elisii, and Naharrnli. 

On the shores of the Baltic, and to the south of it, 
we find Yandal tribes — as the Varini, Rugii, Lemo- 
viif Beudigniy and the Langohardi. 

The Baltic Sea was known to the Romans as Sinus 
Ooddnus, or Mare Suevicum. Tacitus mentions the 
Suiones and Sitones (in Sweden and Norway). All 
the country east of the Yistula was comprised under 
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Tk4 ahhremation P. it uted for Flaviiu — I. or Ids. for Insula — M. for Hons — P. /(»• Portns — Pr. or Prom, for Promontoriun^ 
4. far Hiana — «. for Near — r. for Bains — G. for Gulf — B. /or Bay — for. for Pormerly. 

Namet of CowntrieMf DfatricU, etc, are duHngniahed by OapitaU — Namet of Tribee or PeopU hjf an Aateruk prefixed. The Modem 
ifamec are in lialiee, TKe note of interrogation attacked to a name eignijiee thai the eite it uncertain. 

The latitudes are in all caeee North, wnleee otherwiee dietinguiehed : the longitudee. East of the meridian of Oreonwich, exoejding 
where the Utter W. (West) ie attached. In the eaae of Bivere, the latitude and longitude given ie that of the place wA«r« the namo 
happene to he written on the Map. 



FAMES. LAT. 

Ahnenemxm, Tn'pi. 88<>.l' 

Abae, r. n. Exarkho^,,, 88.34 
Aballaba, Watch-oroee^ 54.57 

Abauna 88.58 

•Abastani 81.30 

Abbaltis. '89.15 

Abd§ra, A5ra 86.44 

Abdera 40.56 

Abel-betb-maacbah,J6i7 33.19 

Abella, Ave^te. m.... 40.57 

Abeillnttm, ilve/Ztno 40.54 

Abelterium, Erra 39.3 

Abia, n. Mandinia. 36.58 

AbIla(of Ly8ania8),A'e6- 

6y Abel, n. Ee-Sook.,, 83.42 

Ablla? Yebla 32.42 

AilLBNB^ 33.40 

A bn5ba M., Black Foreet 48.15 
Aboecifl, or Abnncis, Ip* 

eambouU ^ 22.20 

Abodiaoum, Epfaeh.,,.. 47.55 

Abollii? Avola, 36.55 

Abone? Sea Mille, m. 

Bristol 51.28 

Aboniteicho9, aft. lono- 

pdlis, fneboli, 41.57 

Abravannus F 54.54 

Abbettbvr 39.45 

»Abi<incatai 48.40 

Abroat51a? ••........•.•..«• 39.1 

Abjiorus, or Apsorrus? 

Osero,^., 44.42 

Absyrtldes Ins., Oherso 

& Lossini,„„„„m 44.40 

Abuncis, or Abooois, Ip* 

samboul 22.20 

Abas M., Ak Dagh 39.30 

A bus F.. Humber 53.35 

Atinnna^ Neustadt; 48.49 

Ab^dos, Arabat el-Mat' 

/oon. • 26.13 

Abydos, Aidos 40.11 

Abj^la, Ceuta 35.54 

Ab^la M., Pr, of Oeuta 35.54 

Acacesium 37.23 

Aoadeinia, Akadhimia,.. 37.59 
A calan drus F. , Galandro 39. 58 
Acalandrus F.? Salan- 

dreUa 40.26 

Ac&mas Prom., C, Ar^ 

nauti ••• ••■ 35.7 

team pais F. (Aps&ras?) 

JormkSu 41.0 

6 



Loire. 1 


VAP 


15«.5' 


12 


22.55 


16 


2.49 w 


5 


81.2 


20 


72.30 


8 


29.10 


20 


8.1 w 


7 


24.59 


19 


85.34 


21 


14.85 


13 


14.48 


9 


8.15 w 


7 


22.9 


18 


36.7 


21 


85.54 


21 


36.10 


21 


8.0 


25 


81.36 


3 


10.54 


25 


15.7 


12 


2.37 W 


20 


33.46 


20 


4.49 w 


5 


28.20 


20 


1.0 w 


6 


31.50 


20 



14.24 
14.25 



81.36 


3 


41.40 


22 


0.0 


5 


11.47 


25 


31.59 


8 


26.25 


19 


5.18 w 


23 


5.17 w 


1 


22.4 


18 


23.43 


16 


16.34 


9 


16.20 


9 


32.16 


20 


41.46 


20 



8 



8 



FAVBS. LAT. LOVtf. 

Acanthus, Dulopfflls, or 

Bubassus 36<».46'28®.ll' 

Acanthus, or Acanthon, 

Dashoor 29.42 81.18 

Acanthus, Brisso 40.24 23.53 

AcARXANiA 38.45 21.0 

Acatucoi 87.84 25.9 w 

Acoad, ^iik«ri;oo/. 33.20 44.14 

Aceho,or Ace, aft Ptole- 

m&is, St, Jean d^Aere 32.56 85.5 
Acci (Julia Gemella), 

Guadix eUVi^o 87.23 8.19 W 

Acoipitrum L, S. Pie- 

iro. 39.8 8.15 

Aoe,or Aocho, aft Ptole> 

m&is, St. Jean d^Acre, 32.56 35.6 

Acelum, Asolo 45.48 11.55 

Aoeronia, Brienna 40.28 15.37 

Acerrae, ileerra. 40.57 14.21 

Acorrae, Gherra. 45.6 9.48 

AoeslDesjAsIoes, orOno- 

b&las F., Cantara 37.50 15.10 

Acesines F., Ohenaub,,, 30.0 71.20 

AcHAiA.^ 38.10 22.0 

Achamae 38.5 23.42 

Aehitea F.f Canitello.., 87.35 13.0 
AchelOns F., Aspropo- 

tamo 39.0 21.22 

AcbSron F., Suli 39.21 20.44 

Aoherontia, Aeerenza,,, 40.47 15.55 

Aeberusia Pains 39.15 20.34 

Acherusias Prom., Baba 

Burun 41.19 31.26 

Achillelus Portus, Port 

Vathy 36.25 22.30 

Achillis I., or Leuoe, Pi- 

donisif or Serpent's L, Hb.lb 80.15 
Achraetha (Ecbat&na), 

Hamadan,,,,', 34.48 48.33 

AchoUa, El'Aliah 35.14 11.8 

Achxib(Ecdippa),£'«.st5 33.13 35.6 

AcLdava 45.55 23.47 

Aolla, or Ooelis? Ghela 12752 43.30 

AciLisSiTB, or Anaitica 39.20 40.0 
Acimincum, AH, Salai^ 

kemen 45.10 20.9 

Aoina8isF.?r«eAKrwiir«Srtf 41.46 41.45 
Aoincum, or Aquinoum, 

AU-Buda 47.30 19.3 

Acinlpo, Bonda la Viefa 36.57 5.5 W 

AoxTia v., Agri 40.20 16.20 

AcisF., /act 37.35 15.9 

Acithitts F.? Birgi 37.55 12.30 



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MAP. VAMS8. LAT. LOKO. MAP. 
Adtodftnum, Le JfoN- 

thiere d^Ahun, 4$**.y SM' 

Aoium, Aoi Beale 89.85 15.9 

Aomonia, Ahatkeui.,.,„ 88.89 29.54 

Aoontisma. 40.57 24.88 

Aeontium M , 38.30 22.55 

AeSris? 28.28 30.53 

AorabatBnb 82.8 35.26 

Acrabbim 81.0 85.28 

Aorabi, Akrabeh 32.11 85.21 

Aorae, Polaaaolo 37.8 14.55 

Aoraephinm, or Aorae- 

phia, r. n. Kardhitza,. 88.26 28.14 
Acrftgas, or Agrlgentum, 

Girgenti 37.16 18.85 

Aorlgas F., S, Biagio,,, 37.16 13.36 

Aoriae, Kokinio 36.37 22.48 

Aoritas Prom., Cape 

Gallo 36.48 21.54 

Aoroceraunia Prom., C. 

Linguetta, or Kara- 

bumu 40.27 19.27 

Aoro-eorinthus, Akro- 

Korintho 87.58 22.53 

Acronius, orVenetusL., 

Lake of Constance,.,. 47.40 9.20 

AcROREiA 37.52 21.38 

AerothOum, Zavra. ....... 40.9 24.24 

AoTB, Peninsula of 

Mount Athos 40.15 24.15 

Actium, La Punta 88.56 20.46 

Ad&na, Adana, 86.59 85.20 

Adane, or Arabia Felix 

(Arabiae EmpSrIum), 

Aden 12.46 45.8 

Adoray(Adoraim),i)iira 31.31 35.4 
Ad Adrum F. (ad 

Anam?) 88.52 6.52ii 

Ad Albftlas? n. Toul- 

miat 35.7 1.13li 

AdAmmontem? 38.22 36.1 

Ad Ansam, Stratford,,. 51.58 0.59 

Ad Aquas, Acqua santa 42.48 13.28 

Ad Aquas? 40.58 7.21 n 

Ad Aquas 45.36 22.59 

Ad Aquas Albaias 41.59 12.44 

Ad Aras, Carlota 37.40 4.56 'Vi 

Ad Amum, Lastra 43.47 11.8 

Ad Aureos, MonUbello., 45.27 6.23 
Ad Careias, n. Osteria 

Nuova 42.3 12.17 

Ad Decimum 45.19 9.12 

Ad Decimum, n.iforetia 44.49 12.39 

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HAMBS. LAT. 

AdDraeOnes? Sd^'.S' 

Addaa F., Adde 45.40 

Ad Daofl Pod tea, Ponte- 

vedra 42.24 

Ad8ba 40.43 

Adellam, Elda 38.32 

Ad Ensem, Seheggxa*,.» 43.24 

Ad Fines, Fino 43.26 

Ad Y'mes, Arlesega 45.27 

Ad Fines, AviUano 45.4 

Ad Fines? Paymago.,.. 37.49 
Ad Formiilos, Vcrfesa... 45.53 
Ad OalUoas (Saxa Ru- 
bra), Prima Porta,,., 42.1 

Ad Graeoosi Tojano 43.18 

Ad Heroiilem f Sanari 40.44 
AdHorrea? NapouU,,, 43.32 

Adiabbitb 36.45 

Ad Ladios? Banialouka 44.46 

Ad Lamlnas 42.2 

Ad Lippos 40.39 

Ad Malum? 45.34 

Ad Mariis, Oulx. 45.2 

Ad Martis, Maua 42.46 

Ad Matrices, Mo9tar,..„ 43.20 
Ad MediaSi Samoggia,,, 44.34 
Ad Medias (Garbantia)? 

Cabiano 45.6 

Ad Medias, Sedilo 40.10 

Ad Medias, ife«a 41.23 

Ad Mensillas, Monte AU 

eino 43.5 

AdMereiiri? 35.34 

Ad Mercurios? Al-Man- 

•oriak 33.46 

Admedera (Madaura)? 

Ayedrah 35.30 

Ad Morum, Velex Jiubio 37.35 
Ad ^oMiS,H,LagoMorto 42.6 

Ad Nonum 43.28 

Ad Nonum, Annone 44.53 

Ad Novas 41.29 

Ad Novas, Monte PuU 

eiano 43.8 

Ad Octavum, Jiivoli.,,,. 45.4 

Ad Palatium, Ala 45.48 

Ad Pictas 41.46 

Ad Pirum F., Oemno.,, 43.45 
Ad Pirum, AdeUberg.., 45.47 

Ad Pontem 36.25 

Ad Pontem, FarndoHf n. 

Newark 53.3 

Ad Portum, Empoli 43.43 

Ad Publicanod, URdpi- 

tal 45.41 

Ad Punioum, Santa Ma- 

rinella 42.2 

Ad Putea? Onen^ 40.4 

Ad Queroum 45.55 

Ad Quintanas, n. Co- 

lonna 41.52 

Adraa (Edrei), Draa,,., 32.43 
Ad Radioes? n. JTa- 

brova 42.50 

*Adramitae, Coatt of 

Hadramaut 15.0 

Adramyttenus Sinus.... 39.30 
Adramyttium, Adramyti 39.35 

Adrana F., Eder 5L10 

Adrana, or Adrans, St, 

09wald 46.10 

A dranum, or Iladranum, 

Adcmo „. 37.38 

Adranus F., Aderno 37.45 

Adrapsa, or Drapsaca, 

Inderaub 35.43 

Ad Regias? Mofhant or 

Afkan 35.15 

Adria, or lladria, Atri.., 42.34 
Ad Rubral, Gabezae Rn- 

bias 37.42 

Ai Rubras? Madroma^ 35.1 
▲drumStam, Siuah 35.50 



LOKO. 1 


HAP. 


0«.41' w 


23 


9.30 


8 


8.38 w 


7 


0.40 


7 


0.51 w 


7 


12.41 


8 


10.25 


8 


11.43 


8 


6.21 


8 


7.5 W 


I 


13.42 


12.9 


11 


11.48 


8 


8.33 


9 


6.56 


6 


43.20 


22 


17.12 


14 


12.57 


11 


5.52 w 


7 


14.17 


14 


6.49 


8 


12.33 


8 


17.53 


14 


11.9 


8 


8.25 


8 


8.55 


9 


13.6 


11 


11.30 


8 


6.58 w 


23 


7.16 ▼ 


23 


8.27 


23 


2.19 w 


7 


12.10 


11 


1.33 


6 


8.18 


8 


0.49 


7 


11.48 


8 


7.30 


8 


11.1 


8 


12.52 


11 


13.9 


8 


14.13 


8 


6.10 w 


7 


0.52 w 


5 


10.57 


8 


6.22 


8 


11.51 


11 


2.11 w 


7 


1L56 


8 


12.46 


11 


36.13 


21 


25.19 


14 


50.0 


3 


26.40 


19 


27.3 


19 


8.45 


25 


14.49 


14 


14.49 


12 


14.48 


12 


69.25 


3 


0.5 w 


23 


14.1 


8 


6.54 w 


7 


1.45 w 


23 


10.35 


23 



KAVBS. LAT. LONO. MA.P. 
Ad Bailees, Kara Ktr- \ 

man 44*>.33' 29o.0' 14 | 

Ad -Septem Aras, Arron- 

ehea 39.9 7.5 W 7 

Ad Septimum Decimum 41.20 1.0 7 

Ad Seztum 43.37 0.42 6 

Ad Sextum, Filette 43.16 11.14 8 

Ad Simnos, Cighigno..., 46.9 13.42 8 
Ad Sil&num, Anglare, n. 

Entaign 44.36 2.46 6 

Ad SorSres 39.14 6.7 w 7 

Ad Statuas, Xativa S. 

Felipe 38.59 0.33 w 7 

Ad Taum, Taeeburgh,,,, 52.31 1.14 5 

Ad Togl&num, n. Palma 40.51 14.33 13 
Ad Trioesimum, Trice' 

»imo 46.9 13.13 8 

Ad Turres 41.57 12.6 11 

Ad Turres Albas 41.18 13.1 11 

Ad Turres, Torre Ole- 

vola 41.14 13.9 11 

Ad Turres, OUeria 38.56 0.45 w 7 

Ad Turres? 38.53 3.54 w 7 

Ad Turres, Maida 38.56 16.21 9 

Ad Turres 45.11 14.42 14 

Ad Turrim, Tourvee 43.24 6.56 6 

Aduatiica, Tongree or 

Tongern 50.47 6.37 6 

*Aduatuci 60.46 4.30 6 

Adulas Mons, Mt. St, 

Gothard 46.33 8.34 8 

Adulioua S., (7. o/Zii//a 15.15 29.45 3 

Adalis. or AdiLle, Zulla 15.10 39.42 3 

Adullam? 31.38 35.1 21 

Ad Yiceslmum, n. Monte 

delta Ouardia 42.12 12.29 11 

Ad Yicesimum, Amen- 

dolara 39.58 16.32 9 

Ad Yicesimum 43.28 1.45 6 

AenyPoti 42.12 41.44 22 

*Aeae 1 

Aeantium Prom., 7W- 

keri Point 39.5 23.3 * 15 

Aeas, or AQus F., Vo- 

yueea 40.37 19.26 15 

Aebura? Cuerva 39.41 4.11 W 7 

Aeoae, TVo/a 41.21 15.19 9 

AeoulaDum,or Eclanum, 

Le Orotte, n, Mira- 

bella 41.1 13.0 9 

Aedepsus, Lipeo 38.51 23.3 15 

*Aedai 46.50 4.0 6 

Aegao, or Edessa, Vodr- 

kena .'.40.47 22.2 15 

Aegae (Euboea), Linini 38.45 22.20 16 

Aegae (Acbaia), Akrata 38.10 22.19 18 

Aegae, Gutel-hi*»ar 38.46 27.3 19 

Aegae, Ayae 36.45 35.46 20 

AegalSos M., Skarman^ 

ga, or Skaramanga.,. 87.58 23.30 16 
Aegalion M.? Aghia, or 

Malia 37.10 21.41 18 

Aegates, or AegQsae 

Ins 38.0 12.10 12 

Aege? 39.59 23.39 15 

Aegeira, n. Mavra Li- 

tharia 38.7 22.23 18 

Aegeirus 38.4 23.9 16 

Aegiae, Limni 36.47 22.32 18 

Aegi&le 36.54 26.0 19 

Aegida, aft. Justinopd- 

lis, G. d'htria 45.32 13.44 8 

Aegilia I., Stoura 38.10 24.9 15 

Ae^ilia, or Aeglla I., 

Cen'gotto 35.50 23.18 19 

Aegilia, Tznrela 37.45 23.55 18 

Aegllon, or Capraria I., 

Capraja 43.2 9.50 8 

Aegiiuilrus I., Zembra.. 37.8 10.48 23 
Aegina I., Eyhinaf or 

Egina 37.44 23.30 18 

Aegina, Eyhina..,., 37.45 23.26 18 

Aeginetos, Apana 40.59 34.3 20 



VAlfBS. LAT. LONG. VAP. 

Aoginium, 5<a^»«#.«. 39®.40' 21°.4r li 

Aegithallus, or Aegitba- 

ru8, Pr., a S. Teodora 37.57 12.27 

Aegitium, n. Vamakova 38.29 22.1 

Aegium, Voetitza 38.15 22.5 

Aegonia 38.48 22.10 

Aegos-pot&mi 40.20 26..^3 

Aego.ttbSna, Okermano., 38.9 23.14 

AegQsa I., Favignana,,, 37.57 12.16 

Aegys, Kamara 37.16 22.13 

Aegyssus, or Aegypsus? 44.57 30.0 

Aelana (Elath), Akaba 29.31 36.1 
Aelanltes fclinus, O. of 

Akaba 29.0 34.45 

Aeminium, Penaeova,,, 40.18 8.16 V 
Aem5na, or Emona (afl. 

Julia Augusta), Xajf- 

bach 46.4 14.31 

Aenaria, PitheciLsa, or 

Inarlme I., feekia,,,. 40.44 13.64 

Aeneia, on C. Karaburnu 40.28 22. 50 

*AeniSnes 39.0 22.10 

AenoD? 32.26 35.36 

Aenon a, ATona 44.14 15.10 

Aeno8, £l-3ittemeih 33.16 36.26 

Aenos, Enoe 40.42 26.5 

Aerius, or Oenus F. Inn 47.30 12.0 
Aenus M., Monte Nero, 

or M. Elato 38.8 20.41 

Aenyra? 40.37 24.42 

Aeoliae, Liparaeae, or 

Yulcaniae Ins., Li- 

pari lelande 38.30 15.0 

ABdLis 39.0 27.0 

AepSa ? (Cordno), Peta- 

Udhi 36.57 21.56 

Aequana, Fteo Equenee 40.40 14.26 

*Aequi, or Aequiciili.... 42.0 13.10 
Aequinoctium, Fitcha' 

ment 48.3 16.38 

Aequum? 43.41 16.59 

Aere, E»-Sunamein 33.9 36.15 

Aeropus M.,i/ir. 7ojfioro« 40.36 20.10 

Aesarus F., Eearo 39.8 17.9 

Aesepus F 40.0 27.30 

Aesernia, /«ern?a 41.36 14.12 

Aesica, Great Cheetere., 55.0 2.27 W 

Aesis F., i^Wno 43.30 13.10 

Ae8ium,Ja«t 43.32 1.3.15 

Aeson F '. 40.16 22.33 

Aestraeum, Oetromja.,. 41.28 22.43 

Aestria I., Lagoeta 42.45 16.53 

Ae8ula,ir<. Afiiano 41.56 12.51 

Aetbalia or Ilva I., ^/5a 42.47 10.15 i 

*Aethiopes 

Abthiopia 20.0 31.0 | 

Aetna? Caetro 37.35 14.55 

Aetna Mons, Etna, or 

Mongibello 37.44 15.0 

Abtolia 38.40 21.40 

AexQne, A«atit 37.54 23.44 

Affilae, A^^e 41.54 13.6 

AvrTca 36.0 9.30 

Agamea 39.50 26.10 

Agaricus Sinus 

Ag&tha, Agde 43.18 3.25 

Agathyma, or Agathyr- 

num? San Marco 38.2 14.40 

Agbat&na, or EcbatSna, 

Hamadan 34.48 48.3.S 

Agendicum, or Agedin- 

cum, afl. Senones, 

Sen» 48.11 .3.17 

Aginnis? Hawa* 31.20 48.50 

Aginnnm. Agen, 44.14 0..37 

Agiria, Z^arotfci 41.13 1.17 

Agistmba? 4.05 .SO.O 

Agnavae 45.29 22.43 

*Agraei 38.57 21.30 

.Agri DeeumatcB 48.10 9.0 

Agriane 39.52 3C.1 

*Agrianes 42.0 23.0 

Agrianes F., Ergineh,,, 41.20 27.0 

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VAVCC8. LAT. LOXa. 

Agngentnm, or Acr&- 

gaa, Girgtnti. 37°.16' 13®.35' 

Agrinium? 38.48 21.29 

Agrippias, or Anthe- 

don? 81.27 34.25 

Agrtppfna, or Oolonia 
AgrippiaensiSi Co- 

lofjiie 50.56 0.57 

Agryle( Upper and Low- 
er)? B. at foot of 

HymetUu 87.57 23.44 

Aguntum, Inntchen 46.44 12.18 

Agvlla, aft. Caere, Cer- 

vetri 42.1 12.3 

Agyrium, S. Filippo 

d'Argiro 37.38 14.82 

Ai? 31.54 35.16 

•Ail 10.0 77.0 

Ajalon, Yah 81.51 85.2 

Alikba, or All&ra? 87.27 13.12 

Ainbanda, Arab Hinar 87.36 27.57 
AUbastra, or Alobas* 

tron-polis? 28.21 81.7 

Alibufl F., Lo CantarOf 

or MolineUo 37.15 15.5 

Alnesa, or UalSsa, n. 

Tuta 87.57 14.14 

AIae9U8, or HalS^us, ¥., 

Ptttineo 37.55 14.16 

Alagonia ? Zamato 86.55 22.12 

AlalcoraSnae (Boeotia), 

Sniinari 88.22 22.59 

AliilcoioSnae (in Ith- 

JLca)? 88.22 20.41 

Alalia, or Aleria, Altria 42.7 0.31 

Alalis, Ahu Uerarah.,,. 35.50 88.31 

Alamler F 39.20 31.10 

•Alani 42.0 47.0 

AluDton, lete. 42.50 1.49 w 

Alatrium, or Aletriam, 

Alatri 41.46 13.24 

Alauna, JTier. .^ ... 56.10 3.58 w 

A limn a, AUatune, m. 

Valo^nM 49.31 1.27 w 

Alaunium 43.53 5.50 

Ahiunus F.? A^i« 55.24 1.36 w 

Al.iunu8 F., Axe 50.43 3.3 w 

Al-iKon F., Ala*an 41.40 46.0 

Alba, ^5/a 37.14 2.55 w 

Alba? 42.50 2.14 w 

Alba F., Ter 42.0 2.35 

Alba Fucentia, or Fa- 

ceniis, Coile di AWe„ 42.4 13.26 
Alba Uelviorum, Apt, 

or Alp9 44.33 4.36 

Alba Longa 41.46 12.41 

Alba Pom peia,A/6a 44.41 8.2 

KXhsLTiA, Derlend 42.5 48.12 

•Albani...... 

Albania 41.30 47.30 

Albauiatt or Cagpiae Py- 

lae. Pa- of Derbend 42.0 48.16 

Albanas F., Saumour,.., 41.28 48.0 
AI ban 1X8 L., Lago di 

Albano 41.45 12.41 

Al ban U8 M.,J/onfe (7avo 41.45 12.44 

Al ban U8, or Albius M... 44.30 17.0 

\\h\&num, Ku/stein 47.35 12.11 

»Albici 43.50 6.0 

ilbiga, A% 43.57 2.9 

VlbiniaF.,A;%iia 42.34 11.24 

11 bion 

Ubis F., £We 53.20 10.30 

klbiuin Intemelium, 

Vinlimxglia 43.45 7.40 

Llbluiu Ingaunum, AU 

henfja 44.4 8.12 

klbiutf, or Albanua M... 44.30 17.0 

Jbonn, Albona 45.5 14.7 

l1 bon ica, Puerto da 

Uaraca 41.7 1.20 W 

.Ibuoella (Arbucale, or 

Arbaoftla)? 41.46 5.25 w 



XAP. VAlfKS. 

I Album Pr., Bae eU 
Abiad, or White C... 
Alburnufl Monii, Monte 
Alburno, or Di Poe- 
tiglione 

Albus Portua, n. Afge- 
eirae 

6 Aloe, Alcazar de S.Juan 

Alcimus 

Alcyonium Mare, JS, of 

17 Livadottro 

14 Alea, A/ta 

Alea 

11 Aleius Cainpas 

Alele? Mourznnk 

12 Aleria, or Alalia, Aleria 
21 Alesia, Aliee 

2 Alesiae 

21 AlesiudM 

12 Aletium, S, Maria della 

19 Lit*a 

Aletrium, or Alatriam, 

24 AlatH 

Aletrium, Calitri. 

12 Alexandreia Troas, Eeki 
Stamboul 

12 Alezaodriaaltlma,ir%o- 
jend 

12 Alezandria, aft. Hira.... 

18 Alezandria? tu Mittun- 
n kote 

16 I Alezandria (ad Gaoca- 

I sum), Ohoorbund 

18 Alezandria (ad lasum), 
9 Ittenderoon „ 

20 Alezaodiia (in Arii8), 
20 Herat 

22 Alezandria, lekende- 

7 rxehf or Alexandria,., 
Alezondrosohene, /•- 

11 keuderoona 

5 Algldus 

Aliassas, Karaketeekeli 

6 Alicanum, Martt/ancz.., 

6 Alinda, Demirji Derek,, 
5 AliphSra. 

5 Aliso, ^^eii 

22 Alista, Porfo Vecehio,,, 

7 Allaria, 3Ionte/orte.,.,„ 
7 All&ya F.? CaliabeU 

7 lotta 

•AUemanni 

11 Allia F.? Scolo del 
Caeale 

6 Allia F. ? Di Cornea 

11 Allifae, A/i/c 

8 Allobo, Alagon 

22 *Allobroge8 

1 Alma F., Alma 

22 Alino F., Aequataecia,,. 
Almus, n. Smorden, or 

22 Smordini. 

22 Alone, Ambleside 

Alonta F., Terek 

11 Aldpe (Locris) 

11 Aldpe (Phthiotifl) 

14 AlupeconnSsus 

14 AlQrus, Paleakhora 

6 Alo8, or HaloB, Kefaloei 

6 AlpSnos 

8 Alpes Carnlcae, or Ja- 
1 llae, Carnie or Julian 

25 Alp* 

Alpes Cottiae, Cottian 

6 Alpt 

Alpes Graiae, Grecian, 

8 or GraiaUf Alpa 

14 Alpes Maritlmac, Mart- 

8 time Alpe, 

Alpes Norlcae, Norio 

Alpt 

Alpes Penninae, Pen- 
nine Alpe 



LAT. LOAO. IfAP. 



830.12' 35°.8' 



40.30 15.20 

36.6 5.26 w 
39.25 3.14 w 

37.56 23.38 



38.7 

39.24 

87.46 

36.45 

25.50 

42.7 

47.37 

37.3 

37.38 



41.46 
40.33 



33.11 
41.44 
39.38 
44.31 
37.33 
87.31 
51.45 
41.36 
35.10 



23.5 

5.3 

22.29 

35.10 

14.12 

0.31 

4.23 

22.27 

22.26 



40.0 18.6 



13.24 
15.26 



39.45 26.10 

41.21 68.30 
82.0 44.30 

29.0 69.28 

34.50 68.40 

86.35 36.9 

34.22 62.10 
81.11 29.55 



35.8 
12.49 
83.26 
16.27 
27.50 
21.53 
8.45 
9.17 
26.0 



37.30 


13.14 


48.40 


9.0 


42.4 


12.35 


42.0 


12.32 


41.20 


14.18 


41.51 


1.8 w 


45.30 


5.30 


42.50 


10.50 


41.52 


12.30 


42.47 


23.5 


54.26 


2.57 ▼ 


43.40 


45.0 


38.43 


22.56 


38.54 


22.46 


40.18 


26.15 


40.31 


22.31 


39.9 


22.47 


38.47 


22.32 


46.32 


13.20 


45.0 


6.42 


45.80 


7.0 


44.10 


7.20 


47.20 


14.0 


46.0 


8.0 



21 



9 

7 

7 

17 

18 
7 

18 

20 

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9 

6 

18 

18 

9 

11 
9 

19 

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24 

21 
11 
20 
14 
19 
18 
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19 

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NAVES. ULT. LOHO. VAF, 

Alpes Rhaeticae, Bhae- U 

tianAlpe : 46«.25' 10<».0' 8 

Alpheius F., i?u/ia 87.86 21.45 IS 

Alpis Cottia, Mont Ce- 
ntre 44.56 6.42 8 

Alpis Graia, Little St. 

Bernard 45.40 6.51 8 

Alpis Pennina, Great 

St, Bernard 45.53 7.9 8 

AUa F., Auea 46.0 18.16 8 

Alsadamus Mons? JCelb 

Hanran 82.41 86.46 21 

Alsietinos L., Logo di 

Martignano 42.8 12.17 11 

Alsium, Pafo 41.56 12.8 11 

Alsnga, Borgo di VaU 

eugana 46.5 ll!28 8 

Altinum? Bataetek 46.11 18.45 14 

Aianum, Altino 45.84 12.22 8 

Aluntiam ? S. Filadel/o 38.2 14.34 12 

Alush? 28.47 8.3.25 24 

Alutas F., Aluta 44.30 24.15 14 

Alydda 38.53 80.4 20 

Alyi? 28.55 31.6 24 

Alyzia, Kandili 88.42 20.59 15 

•Amalekites 29.0 34.0 24 

Amallobriga, Tordeeil- 

lae 41.31 6.2 W 7 

AvAMTiA 40.28 19.40 15 

Amantia, Liviua 40.21 19.41 15 

Amanus Mons, Jawur 

Dagh, ete,.„„.,^ 87.0 36.20 20 

Amanus Portus, afLFIa- 

▼lobriga, Portugalete 48.20 8.8 w 7 
Amardus, or Mardus F., 

ATtxt^ Uzen, or Sefrtd 

Bood ^ . 87.30 48.0 22 

Amarynthus 38.23 23.51 16 

AmasSnus, Ama»eno„,., 41.26 13.13 11 

Amasia, 'Amatia 40.36 85.54 20 

Amastris, for. Bes&mus, 

Amaeeerah 41.45 82.24 20 

Am&thus, Old Limaeol 84.43 83.9 20 
Am&thus, or Bethara- 

matbum, Amateh 32.19 85.40 21 

Ambacia, Amboiee 47.24 1.0 6 

*Ambarri 46.10 6.0 6 

Ambastus F.^ 1 

*Ambi&ni 49.48 2.0 6 

Ambiani, Amiene,, 49.54 2.17 6 

•Ambivareti.. 47.15 8.20 6 

Amboglannay Burgoe- 

wald, 54.59 2.37 W 5 

AxBRACiA 39.5 21.0 15 

Ambraoia, Arto 89.8 21.0 15 

AmbraciusS., &.o/Arto 88.57 20.55 15 
Ambr&cus, Fidho-Kae- 

tro 89.2 20.57 15 

Ambre, Dachau 48.16 11.28 25 

Ambrysus, Dhietonio,,,. 88.26 22.40 16 

Ameria, Ame/ta 42.33 12.26 8 

Amestr&tus, Mietretta,., 37.55 14.21 12 

Amida, Diyarbekr 87.55 39.54 22 

Amilus? Aghia Triada 87.45 22.21 18 

Aroisia F., Erne 52.40 7.20 25 

Amisus, SavMoon 41.20 86.21 20 

Amiternum, San VettO" 

rino 42.23 13.22 8 

Ammochostos, Fama- 

goftsta 35.7 83.58 20 

Ahmonitib ^ 82.0 86.12 21 

Amnias F., Koetambul 

Tchai, or Gok Irmak 41.30 34.30 20 

Amorgos I., Amorgo.,,, 36.50 26.0 19 

kmoTiMTXifHergan KaUh 39.0 81.27 20 

Ampglos M 87.45 26.52 19 

AmpSlos Pr., C. Peeudo 39.57 24.1 15 

Ampglos Pr., C, Colonni 87.38 26.58 19 

AmpSlus Pr., C. Saero., 35.1 26.16 19 
Ampelnsia, or Cotes Pr., 

aSpartel 85.47 5.56 w 23 

Amphanae 39.20 22.55 15 

Ampheia 37.15 22.5 18 

(35) 



HAMBfl. LAT. LOHO. HAT, 

Ampliiareiamy JTaoro- 

J)hili*n 38M7' 23<'.50' 16 

Amphicleia, or Amphi- 

oaes, Dhadhi. 38.38 22.35 16 

Amphiloohia 39.4 21.15 15 

Amphimalla 35.21 24.18 19 

Amphip&gtts Prom. ? 0. 

Bianco 39.21 20.7 15 

AmphipSlifl, ITeokKon'o 40.48 23.51 15 

Amphissa, Salona. 38.32 22.22 16 

Amphitrdpe, ifatropifto 37.47 24.0 18 

AmphltusF 37.16 22.0 18 

AmphrysuaF 39.10 22.47 15 

Ampsaga F., Wady tU 

Kehir, 36.45 6.10 23 

Amsancttts Laoiu, X« 

Jfo/«f« 40.69 16.1 

Amyclae 41.16 13.20 9 

iLmffAB»,Agxo9 KyriaH 37.2 22.27 18 

Amyroa F 39.34 22.44 15 

Amj^nis? KoMtri 39.34 22.41 1^ 

Amyson 37.34 27.42 19 

Anabucis (or Automa- 

lax?) 30.16 19.14 23 

Anaotorinm 38.54 20.50 15 

Anaea, Amear. 37.47 27.19 19 

Ana^ia» Anagni, 41.46 13.10 H 

Anagyrus, Vari, 37.50 38.48 16 

Anaitica, or AciLiSEiCB 39.20 40.0 22 

Analiba, H^hemeh 39.31 39.16 20 

Anainis F., Ibrahim 27.10 57.20 3 

•Ananes. 44.50 10.0 8 

An&pbe L and Town, 

Anaji 36.22 25.48 19 

AnaphlystuB, Anavyao.. 37.43 23.56 18 

AnSpus F. (Acarnania) 38.35 21.14 15 
AD&pu8 F., AnapOf or 

Fiume di Sortino 37.5 15.10 13 

Anas v., Ouadiana 38.27 7.10 w 7 

Anassaa F., Bevonchi,., 46.0 13.13 8 

ADa8tatiop5Ii8» Dara.,, 37.10 40.57 22 

An&tho, AnnciA 34.30 42.3 22 

Anatis F.? Wady Oom- 

er-begh, 33.10 8.0 w 23 

Anana L. (or Ascania?) 

X. 0/ Chardak, or 

Hadji Toia Ghieul,,, 37.53 30.0 20 

Anaunium, Non 46.18 •10.57 8 

AnsLtMhuB, Ain Zarba,. 37.18 35.51 20 

•Ancalites 61.20 1.50 w 6 

Anohesmns M. (Lyca- 

bettus). Hill of St, 

Otorge 37.59 23.45 17 

Anohi&le? Mound n, 

Karaduwar 36.48 34;43 20 

Anofai&Ias, Ahiolou 42..^4 27.40 14 

Anohlsa M., Armenia... 37.42 22.25 18 

Ancon Pr., C, Tchaltu,, 41.22 36.40 20 

Ancona, Ancwia 43.37 13.31 8 

Aii(^a 39.11 28.58 20 

Ancyra, Angora. 39.56 32.56 20 

Ancyron-p«lia ? 29.9 31.15 24 

An^Mi[iB,E9ki Andatml 37.56 34.50 20 
Andaoa? Valleyof Lugh" 

wai* 34.38 70.25 3 

AiiAwxitL,Eliniko'ka9tro 37.17 22.1 18 

AndeoaTi, Afi^«r« 47.28 0.33 w 6 

AndematilnunifXoN^ref 47.51 5.21 6 

Anderida? Peven*ey.,„ 50.49 0.21 5 

Anderttam, Anterrieux 44.50 3.4 6 

♦Andes, or Andecavi... 47.30 0.30 w 6 

Andes, Pietola 45.7 10.50 8 

Andretiam 43.43 16.15 14 

Andriioe, Andraki 36.13 30.2 20 

Andriua F 39.62 26.45 19 

AndropWia 30.37 30.46 24 

AndroB, PcUaeopolit 37.49 24.50 19 

Androa I., Andro. 37.50 24.55 19 

Anemo F., Lamone 44.10 11.43 8 

Anemoreia? 38.27 22.38 16 

Anemnriom, Anamour., 36.1 32.51 20 
Angtle? Papa Anghe- 

*oii < 37.58 23.53 16 



WAVES. LAT. LONG. 

Angellae, Bute 37<>-25' 4o.25' w 

Angites F., Anghista.,,, 40.50 24.0 

AngimA V.fAngitola,,, 38.10 16.16 

«Anglii, or Angli 54.20 10.0 

•Angrivarii 52.15 9.0 

Angularia, AnguiVara,, 42.7 12.14 

AngHIua, S. Angela 42.30 12.8 

Anigrna F., Ifavropo- 

tamo 37.30 21.38 

Anio F., Teverone 41.56 12.40 

Annamatia, Adony 47.7 18.54 

Anneianum, Legnago,,, 46.11 11.20 

Anopaea 38.44 22.28 

Anopdlia 36.13 24.6 

Anaa Paullini, Anee 45.56 4.43 

•Anaibarii 53.10 7.15 

Antandroa, Antandro.,, 39.34 26.50 

Antar&due, Tartooe 34.52 35.55 

Antemnae 41.57 12.30 

Anthedon (Boeotia), 

Paleo-kaetro 38.28 23.27 

AnthSdon, or Agrip- 

piae? 31.27 34.25 

AnthSia 38.48 22.28 

ANTHiMUB 40.32 23.10 

Anthgrnna 40.31 23.13 

AntbemnaF? 42.50 41.18 

AnthSne? EUinieo 37.23 22.41 

Anthylla 31.15 30.12 

Antic^ra (Locria)? 38.24 22.0 

Anticj^ra (Malia) 38.51 22.22 

Antiej^ (Phocia), A«- 

pra Spitia 38.23 22.38 

AntigonSa, or Paaph&ra 40.20 23.6 

Antigoneia? Tepedelen 40.20 20.0 
An ti- Lib&nua, Jebel e«&- 

Shurky 34.10 36.10 

AntinQe, for. Beaa, 

Sheikh Abadeh 27.48 30.64 

Antinoopdlia, Cherkeeh 40.43 82.56 
Antlnum, Oivita d^An- 

tino 41.53 13.27 

Antiocheia (ad Maean- 

dram) 37.52 38.33 

Antiocbia (ad Tanrum) ? 

Aintab ,, ,,»„ 37.4 37.25 

Antiochia, AnfaAria 36.12 36.9 

Antiocbia Mygdoniae, 

or Nieibia, Ni»ibin.„, 37.1 41.10 

Antiocbia (ad Cragum) 36.8 32.30 
Antiocbia (Piaidia), Fo- 

lobatch 38.16 31.17 

Antiocbia? Merv 37.30 62.0 

Antipatreia, Arnaoud 

Berat 40.iS .19.49 

Antip&tria (Capbaraa- 

ba), Ke/r Saba. 32.13 34.59 

Antiphellus, Andijilo,., 86.12 29.41 
Antiphrae ? JCaer Jam- 

memeh 31.7 28.22 

Antipdlia, Antibee 43.35 ' 7.7 

AntipyrgoaPurtua^ifar- 

$a Tottbrouk 32.2 24.3 

Antiquaria, Antequera,. 37.9 ' 4.35 W 
Anti-Rhium Pr.,Aa«tro- 

Bonmeli 38.20 21.46 

Antiaaa, Kalaa Litnneo~ 

na»,u,Sigri 39.13 26.52 

AntiatiUna, Llacuneta.,, 41.27 1.28 
Anti-Taurua, Dvjik 

Dagh, &o .-. 39.15 40.0 

Antium, Porio d'Anto,, 41.25 12.40 
Antiyeataenm, Bole- 

rinm, or Belerianii 

Prom., Land** End... 50.4 5.42 w 

Antona F., JVen 52.25 0.32 w 

Antron, Fano 38.58 23.0 

Antunnacum, Andtr» 

nach 50.26 7.24 

Anurogrammum, Ana- 

rajnhpoora 8.18 80.31 

Anxannm (Apulia), 

Torre di Bivoli, 41.29 15.56 



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An xSnum ( Fren tano- 

rum), Lanciano Fee- 

cAio 42<».U' 14.*ty 

Anzia, Anzi 40.29 15.54 

Anxur, or Tarracina, 

Terraeina 41.16 13.15 

Aomoa? 34.25 73.0 

Aomoa (Bflctriana)?.... 36.40 68.35 
AoQb, or Aeaa F., Vo- 

yit»»o 40.37 19-25 

ApamSa. 37.17 37.53 

Apamea, for. Pella, 

Famieh 35.29 86.24 

ApamSa GibStua, Di- 

neir 38.3 30.13 

ApamSa MyrtSa, J/bu- 

dania 40.22 28.54 

Apameia, Jibbarah 34.2 44.3 

ApahSitb 35.30 86.30 

Apammaria 36.16 38.12 

Apelaurua M 37.50 22.28 

Apenninna Mona, Apen- 

uinee 44.0 11.0 

Apbrantia 38.50 21.27 

Aperopia I., Bhoko 37.20 23.20 

Aperrbae 36.9 29.52 

ApS^aa M., Fouka 37.51 22.45 

ApbStae, Trikeri. 39.5 23.5 

Apbidna, Kotroni 38.11 23.54L 

Aphrodisias (Caria), 

Geira 37.43 28.45 

Apbrodii>ina (Cilicia).... 36.10 33.41 

Apbrodiaiaa (Laconia)? 26.34 22.57 

Aphrodi8ium(Lattnm)? 41.35 12.29 

Aphrodisium (Cyprua).. 36.24 33.50 

AphroditSpoIia, Atfieh... 29.27 31.20 

ApbjFtio, Athyto 40.6 23.27 

Apiarium 38.42 . 0.51 w 

Apicilia, Latieana 46.46 13.0 

Apid&nna F., Ferealiti.. 39.25 22.10 
Aplla, or Apilaa, F., B. 

of Platamona 39.67 22.35 

Apia? 31.24 27.2 

Api8?(Tapo8iri8?)Ara5'« 

Tower 30.47 29.34 

♦ApodCti 38.31 21.50 

ApoUinia Lncua, Pol- 
lone 46.37 7.59 

Apolllnia Pr., C.Gobeah, 

or Farina 87.11 10.14 

Apol1inop51ia Magna, 

Edfou 24.59 82.54 

ApolHnopdlia Parva 27.0 81.22 

Apollo Coryntbaa, Tem- 
ple of 86.51 21.66 

Apollonia,/'a/eo-iba«tro, 

n.Armyro 35.23 25.4 

Apollonia, all. SozopS- 

lia, Sizeboli. 42.26 27.44 

Apollonia, Arcou/. 32.18 34.51 

Apollonia, Marea Souaa 32.54 21.56 

Apollonia, AbullitmU.,,, 40.9 28.42 

Apollonia, Pollina 37.67 14.8 

Apollonia (Aaayria)?... 34.22 44.24 

Apollonia (Acte) 40.13 24.20 

Apollonia (Chaloidice), 

Polighero 40.24 23.22 

Apollonia, KleutbSrae, 

or Eleutberna? 35.19 24.41 

Apollonia (Illyria), PoU 

Una, or PoUona 1. 40.40 19.25 

Apollonia (Lydia)? 38.59 27.31 

Apollonia Mordiaeum, 

Olnburlu 88.6 30.38 

Apollonia (Mygdonia), 

Pollina 40.86 22.80 

Apollonia (Sipbnoa), 

Kaeiro 36.58 24.44 

Apollonia (Thracia)?... 41.7 25.6 

ApolloniItib 34.20 44.30 

Apolloniatia L., L, of 

Abnlliont 40.10 28.35 

ApoliOnia « 88.46 27.37 

(86) 



SAnfl. LAT. LOMO. 

ApSni font, or Patarl- 

nae Aquae, Bagni 

(tMbano 46®.22' llMd' 

Ap0i*Lana? 27.6 £3.2 

Apparia, Tnban 43.55 26.14 

Appii Forum, Foro 

Appio 41.28 13.1 

Appidla? n. PonU delU 

.Streghe - 41.47 12.36 

A pros, or Apri, Aina<l' 

jik r. 40.54 27.11 

Aprusa F., iliMa 44.2 12.38 

Apy'S.rus F. (Acampsis?) 

Joruk Su, 41.0 41.46 

•Apsilae , 43.0 41.10 

♦Apsinthii ^ 40.50 26.30 

Apsua F., Ohervetta...,. 40.50 19.35 

Apta Julia, Ji;>< 43.52 5.25 

Api<!ra, PaUokastro 35.27 24.7 

*Apuanir 44.27 10.0 

Apulia 41.0 16.0 

Apulum (GoloDiaNova), 

Karinburg 46.5 23.35 

Aqua Crabra, Marrana 41.53 12.32 

Aqua Viva, Jfajerje..,,. 46.21 16.11 

Aqua Viva, Acguaviva,. 42.18 12.25 

Aquae, Berza- Palanka 44.27 22.30 

Aquao, Baaden 48.1 16.11 

Aquae AlbQtae 41.59 12.44 

Aquae ApollinSre8,^ajjf- 

n» di Stigliauo 42.11 12.1 

Aquae Augustae, orTar- 

belllcae, Dax. 43.43 1.2 w 

Aquae Balissae? 45.33 17.20 

Aquae BiibitanOrum, 

Alhama 41.20 1.54 W 

Aquae BorbSnis, BohT" 

bonne-let' Bain§ 47.57 5.45 

Aquae BormSnis, Bour^ 

bon VArchambault.,., 46.36 8.2 
Aquae Caoretftnae, Bag-- 

nidiSapo 42.4 11.59 

Aquae Calfdae, n. Chi/t- 

lik Khan 37.27 34.46 

Aquae Galldae, JETam- 

mam Merigah. 36.25 2.22 

Aquae Calldae, Ham^ 

mam VEuf, n. TunU» 36.42 10.18 
Aquae Calldae, FtcAy... 46.7 3.25 
Aquae Celenae, CaJdat 

de Rey 42.34 8.38 W 

Aquae Convenarum, 

Bagnhre* de Bigorre 43.4 0.9 
Aquae Feren^naOy n. 

San Boeca 41.47 12.41 

Aquae Flaviae, Chaw».. 41.55 7.30 w 
Aqnae Gratt&nae, Aix,. 45.42 5.54 
Aquae Matti&cae, Wies- 
baden 60.5 8.15 

Aquae Ncapolit&nae, n. 

Sardara^ 39.37 8.47 

Aquae Neri, Nerie 46.16 2.40 

Aquae Nisineii, Bour- 
bon F And 46.37 8.46 

Aquae Origlnifl? 42.10 8.27 ▼ 

Aquae PassSris, Ba- 

cueco 42.27 12.3 

Aquae PisSnae, Bagni 

di Piea 43.46 10.26 

Aquae Populoniae 42.58 10.38 

Aquae QnerqueDuae?... 42.12 8.12 w 
Aquae SegestOy Fer^ 

riiree 48.2 2.35 

Aquae Segete? 45.25 4.18 

Aquae Seztiae, Ata;...... 43.32 5.27 

Aquae Statiellae, Aequi 44.40 8.27 

Aquae Soils, J^afA 51.23 2.21 w 

Aquae TaoapitSnae, £2- * 

Hammat-eUKhabe 33.50 9.45 

Aquae Vettloniae, Ve- 

tulia.,,. 43.6 10.33 

Aquao Vooeaia«, Caldae 

(M. Oe.otM) 41.53 2.51 



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HAVB8. LAT. LOHO. MAP. 
AquHa mqjor, n. Te- 

touan 35°.37'5°.17'w 23 

Aqulla minor, CaetilUjo 3b Ab 6.21 w 23 

Aquilaria, AwortyeA..... 37.4 10.58 23 

Aquileia, A^inVeta i, 45.46 13.22 8 

Aqnileia, /«ict«a 43.41 11.29 8 

Aquilonia, Lacedogna.., 41.4 15.26 9 
Aquincum, or Aoincum, 

Alt-Buda 47.30 19.3 14 

Aqulnum, A^uana 44.16 10.44 8 

Aqulnum, A^titno 41.30 13.41 9 

•Aquitani 44.0 0.30 w 6 

Aquitania >. 46.0 1.0 4 

Ar of Moab, or Rab* 

batb-moab (Areopo- 

lis,) ^a56a 31.22 35.45 21 

Ara Augusti, or Lugdu- 

nensis 45.46 ^ 4.50 6 

Ara Jani, i^mao 42.7 12.32 11 

Ara UbiOrumi Godes- 

berg 60.40 7.9 6 

Arabia 26.0 46.0 3 

ARABfA Desbrta 32.0 40.0 3 

Arabia Felix, Yemen.. 17.0 46.0 3 

ArabIa Pbtraea 29.0 34.0 3 

Arabiae Empdrlum, or 

Adane, Aden 12.46 45.8 3 

Arablous S., or Mare 

Rubrum, Bed Sea..,, 20.0 39.0 3 

♦Arabii 36.30 66.30 3 

Aribis P., Purali. 25.40 66.25 3 

Arabissus, Hawechin.,,, 38.7 36.42 20 
Arabrioa, or lerabriga, 

Alenqner 39.2 8.56 W 7 

Arace, Beheeneh 37.40 87.67 20 

Araceli, ^tiar<e Ara^tit^ 42.63 2.5 w 7 

Araohnaens M., Arna... 37.39 23.2 18 

ArachosIa 32.0 66.0 3 

ArachOtos, Urghundaub 32.12 66.22 3 
Arachthus or Arethon 

P.. Arta 39.20 21.7 16 

Aracillum, Aradilloe,.,, 43.3 3.55 w 7 

Aracyntbus M., Zygoe,, 38.30 21.25 15 

Arad, Tell Arad 31.19 36.9 21 

Ar&du8(Arvad),/?iiad/. 34.60 35.62 20 

Ar&dus I., Maharag 26.14 60.43 3 

Arae HespSri, or Solia, 

S. Lucar la Mayor,,. 37.24 6.2 w 7 
Arae Mntiae, ifoNle 

Mueino 42.7 12.25 11 

Arae PhtlenSrum 30.20 18.54 23 

Arae Sesti&nae ? C, ViU 

lano 43.8 9.8 w 7 

Araegenus, Argentan.,. 48.44 0.1 w 6 

Aragus P., Aragua 42.20 44.46 22 

Aram Naharatv, or 

Pad AH Aram (Mbbo- 

POTAMia), Al Jenreh 36.0 41.0 22 
Arandi, or Aranni, Ou- 

rique 37.41 8.10 w 7 

Arane? 39.1 87.49 20 

Aranni, or Arandi, On- 

rique 37.41 8.10 W 7 

ArSpben, Ba/ina 38.1 24.0 16 

Arar, or Sauconna P., 

Sadfv 46.20 4.50 6 

Ar&rat M., AgHdagh.,, 39.41 44.16 22 
Ararus P.? (Alutas), 

Aluta 44.30 24.15 14 

Arams P.? Sereth 46.30 26.50 14 

Arasaxa, iS'erMeib 38.42 36.40 20 

Araur&ca 39.56 39.36 20 

Aranris P., Herault 43.40 3.30 6 

Arausio, Orange 44.8 4.49 6 

•Aravisci 47.30 17.30 25 

Araxa, Oren 36.46 29.26 20 

Araxene 39.16 46.0 22 

Araxes P., Arae 39.15 47.10 22 

Araxes P., Bendamir.,, 29.40 53.0 3 
Araies P. (of Xeno- 

pbon), Khabour 35.17 40.40 22 

Araxus Prom., C, Kalo- 

gria 38.13 21.22 18 



FAVEB. LAT. lAHn^, UkT, 

Arbel., Ar6« 45«>.47' 140.46' 14 

Arbeia? Moreeby 54.36 8.32 w 6 

Arbela,/r6trf 32.38 36.0 21 

Arbela,ira/al/6nJfa'an 32.60 36.30 21 

ArbSla,Ar6t7 86.12 43.66 22 

Arbblitis .^6.12 43.66 26 

Arbor, ArftoM 47.31 9.26 6 

Area, Tell Area 34.34 86.2 20 

Arcadia 37.36 22.0 18 

Arcadia, Arkhadi 36.11 26.7 19 

Arcesine 36.47 25.46 19 

Arceslne, Arkaesa 36.31 27.6 19 

Arcb&bis, or XylSne, 

Arkava 41.21 41.16 

Arcballa, Erkelet 38.49 36.14 

Arcbandron? 31.12 30.22 

Arohelats, Ak-eerai. 38.19 34.6 

Arehelais, El-Aujeh 32.0 35.25 

Arci, Areoe 36.61 6.49 w 

Arcidava? Wereehitz,,, 46.6 21.24 

Arcltis I., Arki 37.23 26.46 

A rcobriga, Arco« 41.10 2.19 w 

ArconnCsus I., Orak,.„ 36.58 27.30 
ArconnSsus L, or Aspis, 

Hypeili 38.2 26.54 

Arctus 41. 29.3 

Ardanis, or Ardania 

Pr., Bae eUMilhr,,,, 31.53 25.6 

Ardea, Ardea 41.36 12.34 

Ardelica, Peeehiera 46.27 10.42 

Ardericca? Kir Ab 32.23 48.36 

•Ardiaei 43.60 17.0 

Ardiscns, or Ordessus 

P., Arjiech 44.23 26.0 

Ardobrica, Comnna 43.23 8.21 w 

Arduenna Silva, Arden- 

netifdfc 60.0 6.30 

Arebrigium, St. Didier.. 46.46 ' 6.58 

Arelate, Arlee 43.41 4.37 

Arenacnm, Arnhem 61.68 6.55 

ArSnae Monies 37.0 6.30 w 

ArSon P., Congoon 28.0 52.16 

AreopSlis (Ar of Moab, 

or Rabbath-moab), 

Babba 81.22 35.45 

Aretbon, or Arachibus, 

P., Arta 39.20 21.7 

Arethasa 40.39 23.39 

AreibQsa fons (Itbaca) 38.20 20.44 
Arethiisa L. ? Nazuk 

Ohieul. 88.56 42.10 

Arethfisa (Syria), But- 

tan, or Beetnn 85.5 36.38 

Aretias I. (Ghalcerltis), 

Keraaunt Ada 40.56 38.2) 

Areva P., Ueero 41.40 3.4 n 

•Arevaci 41.30 3.0 ^ 

Argaeus M., Erdjieh 

Dagh 38.32 35.lt 

Arganthonins M., Sa- 

manfu Dagh 40.30 29.2C 

Argantomagus, Argen- 

ton 46.35 1.31 

Argeia ^ 37.40 22.38 

Arqeia (Ahphilochta) 38.65 21.15 
Argennum Pr. ? C. S. 

Aleesio 87.52 15.20 

Argennum Pr., or Argi- 
■ Dum, C. Bianco, or 

Aepro Kavo 88.16 26.15 

Argenomesoum ? Argo- 

medo. ......'... 43.23 8.48 iv 

Argentarius M 37.65 2.60 i| 

Argentarius Mons, M, 

Argentaro 42.22 11.10 

Argenteus, Argene 43.30 6.10 

Argentia? Aryenfa 44.37 11.51 

Argentia, Qorgnntola ... 45.33 9.25 

ArgentiSlum, Tomeroe., 42.15 6.13 A* 
Argentoratum, aft. Stra- 

taeburgus, Stranbonrg 48.35 7.46 
Argentovaria, Artten- 

/Utm., 48.5 7.30 

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20 
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7 

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20 

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18 
15 

12 



19 

7 
7 

8 
6 
8 
8 
7 

6 

6 



HAVES. LAT. L090. 

Arglda? 390.48' 27^32' 

^Tg^\M 40.45 23.44 

Ar^oQ^ne Ins 39.0 26.49 

ArgithSa, Kniaovo 39.25 21.26 

Aroob (Gauloritis), 

Jaulan 32.54 35.45 

ArgolXcu9 S., O. of 

Nanplia 37.20 2.<J.0 

Arg6lis 37.40 23.0 

Argos, Argo9 37.38 22.43 

Arpos Ainphiloohlcum, 

Neokhori 38.55 21.12 

Argos OrestXcum? 40.33 21.10 

Argj^ra. 38.18 21.47 

•Argyrini 40.7 21.10 

Argyrippa,orArpiyi4rpa 41.31 15.33 

ArIa 35.0 62.0 

Ariaca, Concan 18.0 73.20 

Ariana 32.30 65.0 

Ariaspae? 31.0 63.30 

Ariassufl 36.55 30.35 

Aricia, Lariccia 41.43 12.41 

Ariconium, Wttton, n. 

Ro99 51.55 2.31 w 

Arigaeum? Nawugetf or 

Naagki 34.47 71.16 

•Arii, or Harii 51.0 20.30 

Arimathaea? Ramleh... 31.55 34.52 
Arimazes (Rock of)? 

Kokt^tHUj n. Derbend 38.59 67.40 

Arimlnura, Bimini 44.4 12.34 

Ariiulnus F., Marecchia 44.0 12.25 

Arindela, Ohurxindel,,., 30.47 35.46 
Ariolica? Arc-tout- 

Cicon 47.3 6.24 

Ariolica, between lioure 

and La Cartelcu, n. 

St. JuH en Ch^vaUt.,, 45.54 8.47 

Ariabe 40.10 26.30 

AristSral 37.26 23..32 

AnstoDautae,n.jramari 38.5 22.36 
Ariiium Praetoriam, 

lieuevente 38.58 8.47 W 

Arlnpe, or A relate? 

^foefk 48.13 15.22 

Arrnauria, Tapadevi, or 

Amavir 40.6 44.1 

Arraaxa, Pallaae 39.0 35.48 

Arme net Artaackin 41.12 41.0 

Armenia 40.0 44.0 

Armenia Minor. 40.0 39.30 

Armeniae Pylae, Oer- 

gen Kalak-ai • 37.58 39.8 

Anneniuro, Mngnla 39.27 22.37 

Arminia F., Fiore 42.25 1V.38 

ARMORfcA 48.20 1.30 w 

Armutria, Motru 44.32 23.29 

Arna, Civitella cCAmo,, 43.8 12.29 

Arnae 40.27 23.45 

Arne (Cicrium), Mata- 

ranga 39.23 22.3 

Anion (River), Wady 

^ojih 31.29 35.45 

Arnus F., Arno ^ 43.40 10.40 

Aro F., ^rone 42.0 12.16 

Aroanius M., Kkelmot., 37.58 22.13 

Aroaoius, or Olbius, F.. 37.57 22.20 

Aroanius F 37.54 21.56 

Aroanius F., Kattana.,. 37.52 22.9 

Arooha F., Crocchio 39.0 16.45 

Aroer, Ararah 31.13 35.3 

Aroer, AiaVr. 31.29 35.50 

Aroer, AireA 32.1 35.44 

Arum&ta Prom. (Notu 

Keras?) C. Oerda/oon 

(Guarda/ui) 11.41 51.12 

Ardsis, or Oroatis F. 

(Zarotis), Tab 30.20 49.52 

Arpi,orArgyrippa,-4r/)a 41.31 15.33 

Arplnum, ^rpino 41.39 13.38 

Arnibo? Kormoitd 47.0 16.38 

AiTftbo F., Rnnb 47.18 17.0 

AriaVou-s •''«a6 47.41 17.38 



MAP 

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15 
19 
15 

21 

18 
18 
18 

15 

14 

18 

15 

9 

3 

2 

3 

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11 



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21 

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8 

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26 

18 

18 



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2u 
20 
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8 
6 

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15 

15 

21 

8 
11 
18 
18 
18 
18 

9 
21 
21 
21 



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9 
11 
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14 
14 



HAHBS. LAT. LONG. 

Arretinm, ArexMo 43°.30' 11*».56' 

Arretium (Julionses), 

Snbliano 43.37 11.54 

Arretium (Fidentes), 

Caetiglione 4.3.22 12.0 

Arrhknb (ArzanExb).. 38.20 41.0 
Arriaea, Ouadalaxara.,, 40.39 3.10 w 

Arriani Prom 

Arrubium 45.18 28.13 

Arsa, Atftaga 38.11 5.41 w 

Arsamos&ta 38.35 39.29 

Arsanias F. ? Murad 

Tckai. 39.5. 41.30 

Arsen E. 37,43 22.3 

Arsene, Arsissa^or Thos- 

pitis L.? L, of Van,,, 38.40 42.40 

Arsia F., Area 45.5 14.2 

Arsinaria, ./4nBaio 35.50 0.15 w 

Arsinia,Ar^AriRa3/o</ea 38.19 39.40 

Arsinde (Aethiopia) ?... 12.50 42.57 
Arstnde (Cilicia), Sofia 

Kalaaai 36.6 33.5 

ArsinCe (Creta)? 35.16 25.28 

Arstnde (Cyprus), PolU 

krutioko 35.6 32.30 

ArsinSe, for. Teucbeira 

( Taukra) 32.32 20.32 

ArsinSe, or Crocodilo- 

pdlis 29.25 81.4 

Arsinde, or Cleop&tris.. 30.3 32.34 
Arsissa, or ArsSne L., 

L,ofVcA 38.40 42.40 

♦ArtHbri.^. 43.20 8.0 w 

ArtabrQrum S., B, of 

Fcrrol. 43.25 8.20 w 

Art&ce, Erdek 40.24 27.46 

Artaco&na? Aowbah, or 

Obeh 34.18 63.8 

Artagera? 40.5 4.3.0 

Artanes, Tachileh 41.10 29.38 

Artanissa? Thelaici..,., 41.54 45.29 

Artax&ta? Ardnackad,,, 39.58 44.35 
ArUFmis, Proscoa, Tern. 

of, n. C. ^moni 39.1 2.3.19 

Artemisium 39.0 23.15 

Artemieium, or Peda- 

lium Pr., C. Snvela,,, 36.35 28.53 
Artemisium, or Dianium 

Pr., C. St. Martin 38.46 0.14 

Artemisiue M., Malevo,, 37.37 22.32 
Artemisius M., Jfontg 

Arriano 41.43 12.48 

Artemlta, -4r«tf»iirf 38.25 43.7 

Artemlta, or Chalasari 

Shenban 33.58 44.56 

ArtenaVeieutum ? Buo- 

cea 41.58 12.16 

Artcna Vol scorn m ? n. 

Monte Fortino 41.44 15.57 

Aftenia, Artegna 46.13 13.11 

Artigi, ^Mawa 37.0 4.10 w 

Kri\^\, Caatuera 38.40 5.34 w 

Artiscus F., Tondja 42.20 20.20 

Artolica, La Tuifle 45.42 6.56 

Aruci ?i/oMra 38.7 7.18 w 

Arunda, Ronda 36.50 5.5 w 

Arupium? JoaephathaL, 45.12 15.17 

Arutela 44.58 24.15 

Arvtif Alcolea 37.55 4.39 W 

Arvad (Ar&dus),/?un<£/. 34.50 35.52 

♦Arverni 45.40 3.30 

Arverni (Nemossus), 

Clermont 45.47 3.4 

♦Arvii 48.0 O..SOw 

ArviMa. 38.35 26.0 

Arx, Arce 41.36 13.37 

Arx Carventana, Rocca 

Maaaima 41.41 12.58 

Arycanda, A rof,/. 36.31 30.9 

Arzanknk (ArrhIne).. 38.20 41.0 

Atzc», Ardjith 39.3 43.15 

Asama, or Asana F. ? 

Wady Tenaift 32.0 9.0 w 



KAP. 

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11 

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11 

20 
22 
22 

23 



HAVES. 

Asamnm? Ifelonta 

Asc&lon, Aakulan 

Ascania I.? Ckriatiani.. 

Ascania L. (or Anana)? 
L. of Chardakf or 
Hadji Toua Okieul.,, 

Ascania L., L, of Iznik 

Asciburgium, Aaburg,,. 

Ascra, Pyrqaki. 

Ascfilum, Aaeoli. 

Ascfilum PicSnum, Aa- 
eoli 

Ascuris L., Euero 

AsSa, n. Fran go Vryai.. 

Aser ?.., 

Asbdod (Az9tus), Ea- 
dood 

Ashtaroth, Tell Aahte- 
reh 

Asido (Caesari&na) ? 
Medina Sidonia 

Asinaeus (or Messcnia- 
cus) S., O. of Kala- 
mata 

Asin&rus F., Fiume di 
NotOf or Falconara,,, 

Aslne, Tolon 

Aslne, Koronif or Coron 

Aslnes, Aceslnes, or 
OnobSlas F., Cantara 

Asmiraza 

Asnaus M., Mertzika.,,, 

Asdpus, or Cyparissia, 
Blitra 

A85pu8 P. (Boeotia), 
Vurieni 

As5pus F. (Malis), Kar- 
vunnria 

As5pus F. (Peloponne- 
sus), St. Oheorgioa.,,, 

*Aspaciacae a... 

Aspaluca, Pont VEaquii 

A(«pendu8 

Asphaltltes L. (Dead 
Sea), Dead Sea, or 
Bahr LM 

Aspithra F 

Aspis, Aape,, 

Aspis, Mama Zaffran.,, 

Aspis, or Clypfia, Kali- 
bia 

Aspis, or ClypSa, Pr., 
Raa el-Melhr 

Aspis I., or Arconnesus, 
Hypaili 

Aspledon, Avrokaatro,,, 

Assa, Paleokaatro 

Asseconia? Santiago de 
Compoatelltt 

Assissium, Aaaiai. 

Assorus, Aaaro 

Assos, Beiram Keui 

Assurae, Znnfour 

Assus F., Kineta 

Assyria 

Asta, Aati , 

Asia, aft Asta Regia? 
Xerea de la Frontera 

AstabSras F., Tecaxxe, 
or Atbara 

AstacSnus S., 0. of la- 
mid 

Ast&cus 

Ast&cus, on Port Platia 

Ast&pa, Eatepa 

Astnpus F., Abai, 

Astelepbus F., Markula 

AstSris I., Daakaglio... 

Asterusia, Aatrizzi 

AstiboD, latip 

AstTca 

Astigi, or Astigis, Ecija 

Astigi yetusi Alameda,, 



LAT. lOKO. IIP, 

42».28' 18».27' U 
31.39 34.32 % 
36.15 25.13 U 



37.53 
40.20 
51.28 
38.18 
41.11 



30.0 
29.30 
6.38 
23.6 
15.34 



42.52 13.37 

39.54 22.26 

87.25 22.17 

32.23 35.21 



31.45 34.41 !1 
32.48 86.4 U 
36.27 5.55 w 



36.45 22.5 



II 



36.55 


15.0 


12 


37.32 


22.52 1 


li 


36.48 


21.59 


Is 


37.50 


15.10 


12 

1 


40.19 


20.20 


1 


36.41 


22.51 


IS 


38.16 


23.35 


16 


38.47 


22.23 


1( 


37.52 


22.39 


18 


40.0 


60.0 


I 


43.3 


0.36 w 


i 


36.58 


31.16 


n 


31.30 


35.30 


21 


38.22 


0.49 w 


I 


31.14 


16.43 


23 


36.50 


11.8 


23 


36.52 


11.9 


2v 


38.2 


26.54 


19 


38.32 


23.0 


H 


40.21 


23.45 


15 


42.49 


8.28 w 


T 


43.4 


12.38 


8 


37.36 


14.25 


12 


39.29 


26.22 


19 


35.39 


8.51 


23 


38.34 


22.50 


\i 


36.0 


44.0 


2 


44.53 


8.11 


S 


36.40 


6.7 w 


: 


17.0 


'35.0 


3 


40.45 


29.40 


20 


40.45 


29.58 


30 


38.29 


21.7 


15 


37.19 


4.55 w 


7 


15.0 


33.5 


S 


42.45 


41.23 


22 


38.26 


20.36 


IS 


34.57 


25.2 


19 


41.47 


22.10 


14 


41.20 


28.10 


14 


37.31 


6.5 w 


7 


37.16 


4.43 w 


! 7 


(38) 





VAnS. LAT. 

A«tiir«, Torre di Astura 41°.23' 

Astiira F., Conea 41.30 

Astara ¥., Esla 41.45 

»A?tQre8 43.0 

Asturica Augusta, A»- 

torg4»r 42.28 

Asiycus F., Vravnitza... 41.40 
Astypalaea I., Attropa- 

laeOf or Stnmpalia,.,, 36.35 

Astypalaea Pr 37.43 

Afityra 40.1 

AsO^ra? 39.36 

Atabj^ris M., Atairoj or 

Attayard 36.12 

Atabyrium, or Itaby- 
riam (ML Tabor), 

Jchel et-Toor 32.42 

•Atacini 43.0 

Atagis F., Eisach 46.47 

Atalante I., Talanta.,., 38.39 

AtarbCchis ." 30.21 

Atarneus, Dikili Keuu. 39.4 

Ataroth, Atara 32.1 

Atax F., iluc/.« 43.14 

Atclla, j^. Maria di 

Atella 40.58 

Ateraum, Peaeara 42.27 

Aternus F., Peseara 42.14 

Ateste, Este 45.13 

Athamania 39.24 

Athanagia? Afframunt., 41.47 
AthSnae, Athens 

{Athina) 37.58 

Athenao(Pontu8),^ftna 41.9 
Athenaeum, n. Apano 

Porta 39.27 

Atheuaeum? 36.31 

AthSnas Teichoa, P»a- 

tho Pyrgo 38.19 

Athenopdlis? NapouU,. 43.32 

Atbdiiis F., Adige 45.15 

Athmdnum, JIarusi 38.4 

Athos M., Agion Oroe, 

or Monte Santo 40.10 

Athribis, Tell Atrib 30.30 

Athyras F H.O 

AUliana, Caltada 42.22 

AUna, Atena 40.27 

Atintania 40.15 

AtlantXcum, Externum, 
or Magnum Mare, or 
OceSnus Hesperiua, 

Atlantic Ocean 40.0 

Atlas Minor? C. Blanco 

(North) 33.9 

Atlas Mons, or Dyrin, 

Mt. Atlnn 31.20 

Atrax, Sidhiro-peliko... 39.39 

•Atrebates 50.20 

♦Atrebatii 51.30 

Atria, or Hadria, Adria 45.3 
Atropatkne, or Mkdia 

Minor 37.0 

^Attaceni 

♦Attacotti 56.10 

Attacum, Ateca 41.24 

Attaleia, Adula 38.36 

Attnleia, Adalia 31.53 

Attea, Ayattma 39.13 

Attegua, Teba 37.6 

Attelebilsa I., Raschat 

Ada 36.47 

Attknb 25.0 

Attcvii, or Attoba, 0«&e, 

or Do9hi 20.30 

Attica 38.0 

Aitobn, or Atteva, 0»6e, 
or Dothi. 20.30 

AiuriaP.? Orio 4.3.10 

^tikris F., ilWour 43.44 

Ittdum Pr.? C. Carboiif 
or Hat Mctxukoitb 36.46 



LOIVO. 


map 


12°.49' 


11 


12.46 


11 


6.0 w 


7 


5.50 w 


7 


6.10 w 


7 


22.10 


14 


26.25 


19 


23.55 


18 


26.38 


19 


26.53 


19 



27.54 



35.25 

2.30 
11.50 
23.6 
31.4 
26.54 
35.11 

2.30 

14.14 
14.15 
14.0 
11.39 
21.20 
0.58 

23.44 
40.55 

21.35 
22.59 

21.53 

6.56 

11.17 

23.49 

24.20 
31.11 
28.35 
2.57 w 
15.34 
20.15 



20.0 w 
8.34 w 

7.0 w 
22.12 

2.40 

1.20 w 
12.3 

47.0 

4.40 w 
1.44 w 

28.20 

30.44 

26.48 
4.53 w 

30.39 
50.30 

30.16 
23.50 

30.16 

43.10 
2.0 w 
1.0 w 

5.10 



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ITAVES. LAT. LONCI. MAP. 

Audns F.? Adou9, or 

Sumeim 360.14' 4*».0' 23 

AufidSna, Aljidena 41.44 14.3 9 

Aundua P., 0/anto 41.11 16.0 9 

Aufina, 0/cwa 42.14 13.49 8 

Augila, ^rye/aA 29.15 21.54 2 

Augusta? 44.36 12.3 8 

Augusta Felix (Oea), 

Tripoli 32.54 13.11 23 

Augusta Fossa 44.28 12.13 8 

Augusta, for. Londl- 

nium, London 61.31 0.6 W 5 

Augusta Praetoria, 

Aoeta 45.44 7.18 8 

Augusta Ranracorum, 

Augtt 47.32 7.44 6 

Augusta Suessionum, 

SoiMoM .^.... 49.24 3.20 6 

Augusta Taurinorum, 

Turin 46.4 7.40 8 

Augusta Trevirorum, 

Treve* 49.46 6.40 6 

Augusta Trioastin5rum, 

Aonate-en-Dioi§ 44.44 6.4 6 

Augusta Vagiennorum, 

n,Bene 44.33 7.51 8 

Augusta VerumanduQ- 

rum, St. Qnentin 49.51 8.17 6 

Augusta Vindelicornm, 

Augaburg, 48.22 10.56 25 

Augustana, Straubing,., 48.53 12.36 25 
Augustobdna, aft. Tri- 

casses, Troye» 48.17 4.6 6 

Augustobriga, Puente 

del Arzobiapo 39.51 5.8 W 7 

Augustobriga, Agreda., 41.50 1.56 w 7 
AuGTUstobriga, Ciudad 

Rodrigo 40.31 6.26 W 7 

AugustodQnum, Autun., 46.57 4.18 6 
Augustodurus, .^ayetif.. 49.17 0.42 w 6 
Augu8tom9,gu9, afU Sil- 
van ectes, ^en/t*. 49.12 2.35 6 

Angustom&gus? 46.10 1.22 6 

AugustonemStum, C7tfr- 

mont 46.47 8.4 6 

Augustoritum, aft. Le- 

movices, Limogea.^.,, 45.50 1.16 6 

Augnstum, Aoate 45.37 5.33 6 

Aulaei Teiobos, Kurn- 

dereh 42.2 27.58 14 

•Aulerci-Cenomaiii 48.10 0.40 6 

•Aulerci-Diablintes 48.25 0.40 w 6 

♦Aulerci-Eburovices 49.9 1.0 6 

Aulis, «. FafAy 38.24 23.37 16 

Aulon M 40.31 17.12 9 

Aulon (Creta), Auli 35.6 25.17 19 

Aulon (Illyricum), Au- 

Uma, or Valona 40.28 19.26 15 

Aulon (Mygdonia) 40.39 23.35 15 

Aulon, or Magnus Cam- 
pus (Plain of Jordan), 

el-Ohor 32.20 35.35 21 

Aunos I., Om« 42.21 8.55 w 7 

AuRANiTis. Haurdn 32.50 36.20 21 

Aurasius Mons, Jebel 

Aitreaa 35.15 6.0 23 

A urea GbersonSsus, 

Malay peninanla 8.0 100.0 2 

Aureli&ni, Orleaua 47.54 1.55 6 

Aureus Mons? 45.54 18.33 14 

Aureus Mons, Stolnatz, 

or Orotzka 44.40 20.51 14 

Aureus Mons 42.15 9.0 9 

*Aurunci 41.20 14.0 9 

Ausa, Vich 41.55 2.17 7 

Au.«nra? Raa-al-Sair, 

or Raa Seger 16.45 53.43 3 

»Ausci 43.39 0.35 6 

Auser F., Serchio 43.50 10.26 8 

♦Ausetani 41.55 2.30 7 

♦AusSnes 41.18 13.35 9 

*Autariata« 42.20 20.0 14 

Autesiodurum, Auxerre 47.48 3.34 6 



HAME8. LAT. L0H6. XAP. 

Aatomala,or Antomalaz 

(or Anabuois?) 30M6' 19M4' 

Autricum, aft. CarnQtes, 

Chartrea 48.26 1.29 

*Autrigdne8 43.0 3.20 W 

Auxaoii M 

Auximum, Oaimo 43.30 18.28 

Auxia, Sour el-Retlan, 

n. ffamza '. 36.9 3.22 

Ayalites, Eeilah 11.22 43.31 

Avalites S., <?. of Aden 12.0 45.0 

Avara F., Enre, 47.5 2.20 

Avaricnm, afLBituriges, 

Bourgea. 47.5 2.25 

Avarum Pr.? 41.28 8.40 w 

Avedonacum, Aunay,,,, 46.2 0.20 w 

Aveia, Aera 42.14 18.30 

Avendo, Jezerana 45.4 15.14 

Avenio, Avignon 43.56 4.49 

Aventia F., Lavenza.,,, 44.2 10.5 

AyemvLBli,fLagoAvemo 40.51 14.5 

Avesica? n. Senoaetaeh,, 45.44 13.59 

•Aviones 53.25 11.0 

Avisio Portus ? Eza 43.43 7.23 

Atus, or Avo F., Aye.,, 41.24 8.30 w 
Axelodanum,£ur^A-on- 

the-Sanda 54.5& 3.8 w 

Axima, Aime 45.33 6.38 

AxiopSUs, Raaaova 44.16 27.58 

Axius F., Vardnr 41.5 22.30 

AxSna F., Aiane 49.26 3.30 

Axuenna 49.24 3.55 

Axuenna? 49.18 4.50 

AxGmis, or Auzume, 

Axoum, 14.8 38.52 

Axus, or Oaxus, Aocua.,. 35.16 24.50 

Axylis 32.40 23.0 

AxfLOS 89.20 31.30 

Aza, Kalkit Chiftlik.... 40.7 39.40 

AfSimyTchavdourHiaaar 39.16 29.43 
AzANiA, or BARBARIAi 

Ajan 5.0 47.0 

AzAKiris 89.16 30.0 

Azanium Mare, or S. 

Barbaricus 0.0 50.0 

Azenia 37.40 24.0 

Azetium, Rutigliano„»„ 41.0 17.2 

Aziris? Erzingan 39.32 39.46 

Azocbis, Zakhu. 37.13 42.37 

AzSrus, Vuvala 40.0 22.1 

Az5tu8 (Ashdod), Ea- 

dood 31.45 34.41 

B. 

Baalab, or'Kirjatb jea- 

rim, Kuryet el-Enah„ 31.49 35.7 

Baal-meoD, Ma*in 31.45 35.61 

Baal-zepbon (Sera- 

peum ?) R, below 

Birket Temaeh $0.24 32.10 

Babba (Babba Julia 

Campestris) ?Araran;a 34.49 5.12 W 

Babylon, ^i7/aA 32.30 44.30 

Babylon (Aegyptus), 

Baboolj n, Foatat 30.0 31.1^ 

Babylonia 32.30 45.0 

Bacc&nae, or Ad Bacca- 

nas, Baeeano 42.8 12.21 

Bactra, or Zariaspa, 

Balkh 36.45 67.0 

BactriIna 36.0 68.0 

Bactrus F., Dehaa 36.0 67.10 

♦Bacuatae ., 34.5 5.0 w 

Badaea? Palak, 32.7 48.3 

Badia? Badujoz 38.52 6.48 w 

Bftdis, a Jaak 25.40 57.50 

Baeeala, Bnylen 38.7 «.44w 

Baenis, or Minius F., 

Minho 42.0 8.36w 

Bae^ippo, or Besippo, 

r. «. Porto BarbaXo.,, 36.11 5.55 W 

Baeterrae, Biziera,^,,,, 43.20 3.12 

BaetIca 38.0 5.0 w 

(80) 



ss 

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7 



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HAVES. LAT. 

Baetis F., Ouadalquivir 38°.0' 
Baetalo, Ca^Ue o/jion- 

gat 41.30 

Baetalo F., Betot. 41.30 

B AKTORIA 38.40 

Bag^cum, Bavay 50.18 

Bagiii, or Bage, Sirghie 39.34 
Bagisara? Bat Arubah 25.14 
Bagistina, BaghiMtan, 

or Beaitun 34.16 

Bagrada, or Bagradas 

F. (Maearas), Mejer- 

dah 36.22 

Bagradas F., Nabon 27.45 

Bagradahdbmb 39.45 

Baiao, Baiae 40.49 

Baiae, Bayaa 36.45 

*Baioca8ee8. 49.10 

Balanea, Baneaa 35.11 

BalbHra, Katara 36.56 

Baleires Insulae, or 

Gymnesiae, Majorca^ 

&c 37.30 

Balearlcam Mare 40.0 

Bale&ris M%Jor, or Co- 

lumba, Majorca 39.30 

Bale&ris Minor, or Nora, 

Minorca 40.0 

Baletium, or Valetium.. 40.33 
BalQmas, Baa Shemaul 

Bunder 25.12 

Balsa, Tavira, 37.7 

Balsio, Boria 41.55 

Baly ra F., J/aorojmmono 37.15 

Balzanttm, Botzen 46.31 

Bambyce, or Hierapo- 

lis, Membidjf or Bam- 

*o«*; 36.32 

Banasa (Valentia)? Ma- 

»*ora 34.16 

Bundusiae Fons, Fon- 

tana Grande 40.52 

Bantia, Banzi 40.50 

Baphyras F 40.8 

Bnrace I., Peninaula of 

Cutck 23.0 

Barbaliasus, Kalaat 

S^tlia 35.69 

Barbana F., Morataha.., 42.30 
Barbaria, or Azania, 

>1;«" 6.0 

Barbariana, S. Martin 

de Berberann 42.12 

Barbaricus S., or Mare 

Asaniam 0.0 

Barb&rium Prom., G. 

Eapichal 38.24 

Barbee&la F., Guadiaro 36.30 
Barbeslila, r. on H, 

Guadiaro •• 36.18 

Barbosthenes M 37.2 

Barbyses F 41.10 

Biirca, El'Medinah 32.31 

Barcino, Barcelona 41.22 

Bard crate, J?ra 44.42 

Bnrduir, Barletta 41.19 

B.irca, Vera , 37.13 

BargiUaf Port Gtova,,, 37.3 

Burgylia. 37.12 

Bargylietes S.^orlasias, 

G, of Mendeljfah 37.15 

Bargylus Mods, Jebel 

Nnaairiyeh 35.I5 

Baris? fabarta 37.46 

Baris, or yer§tam, 8. 

Maria di Vertto 39.52 

Barium, Bari 41.3 

Barna? GieadeL 25.10 

Barygaza, Baroehe 21.42 

BarygazcnuB S., G. of 

Cambay 21.0 

Earza, /ieroxeh 36.1 

Barxaloi Gerger, 37.53 



LONG. 


VAP 


40.0'W 


7 


2.16 


7 


2.12 


7 


6.0 w 


7 


3.47 


6 


29.5 


20 


64.31 


8 



47.33 



22 



9.0 


23 


53.0 


3 


42.40 


22 


14.4 


13 


36.12 


20 


0.40 w 


6 


36.0 


20 


29.34 


20 


3.0 




2.0 




3.0 




4.0 




18.6 




62.55 




7.31 ir 




1.31 w 




21.54 


18 


11.18 


8 


37.57 


20 


6.13 w 


23 


40.58 


9 


16.0 


9 


22.31 


15 


70.0 


3 


38.11 


20 


19.30 


14 


47.0 


2 


2.26 w 


7 


50.0 


2 


9.24 w 


7 


6.25 w 


7 


6.18 w 


7 


22.30 


18 


28.56 


26 


21.0 


23 


2.10 


7 


7.52 


8 


16.18 


9 


1.53 w 


7 


28.23 


19 


27.37 • 


19 


27.25 


19 


36.15 


20 


30.39 


20 


18.21 


9 


16.52 


9 


62.14 


3 


73.3 


2 


72.30 


3 


46.7 


22 


39.7 


20 



MAITES. LAT. LORO. MAP. 

Basante, or Bassianae, 

r. n. Debrine»€ 44<».45' 20O.0' 

Basilia, Bdle, or BaaeL. 47.35 7.36 

Baailippo 37.25 5.30 w 

Baasae 37.26 21.54 

Baasiaoa, Ivanv Bgera- 

teg 47.19 16.58 

Bassianae, or Baaante, 

r. n. Debrineze 44.45 20.0 

Basta, Vaata 40.3 18.21 

*Ba8tarnae, or Peucini 48.30 21.0 

Basti, ^oaa. 37.29 2.53 w 

•Bastitani 38.0 2.0 ▼ 

♦Bastttli 36.50 4.30 w 

BatHna? • 36.30 48.35 

Batanaba (Bashan)... 32.30 36.15 

Bat&va Castra, Paaaau,. 48.34 13.27 

•BataTvi 51.55 5.0 

Bathy- (7o(poa. 40.12 29.10 

BathysF 39.40 31.11 

Bathya F.7 Fiati, or 

lati 88.0 13.5 

Bathys Portus, Batouvn 41.37 41.38 
Batinns F., Troniino, 

or Tordino 42.44 14.0 

Batnae (Saruji), Saruj,. 36.57 3B.25 

Bauli 40.48 14.5 

Baatae, Vie%tx Anneey., 45.55 6.7 

Baatisas F 

Bazira? Bajour, 35.4 71.25 

Beberacns L., L. of Ka- 

tuniy-ik, 86.16 41.12 

Bebi&na. «». TorrimpC' 

frci........ ^... 41.56 12.12 

Bebii M... 42.30 20.0 

Bebriacum, ot Bedria- 

cum? CCvidale, 45.3 10.30 

•Becheirea 40.50 40.45 

Bedesifl F., Boneo 44.2 12.0 

Bedriacum, or Bebria* 

cam? Cividale 45.8 10.30 

Beer, Bireh 31.55 35.12 

Beer-abeba, Beer ea- 

Seba 81.16 34.21 

Begorritis L., L. of Ki- 

irini 40.31 21.43 

Belbina I., S. Georgia,, 37.28 23.55 
Belbina, or Belemina, r. 

on 3ft, Khelmoa 37.16 22.16 

Belca 47.48 2.25 

Beleiat or Veleia ? 42.49 2.50 w 

Belemina, or Belbina, r. 

on Mt. Khelmoa 37.16 22.16 

Belerides I., Serpenta- 

ria 1 39.8 9.^7 

Belerium, Bolerium, or 

AntiTestaeum Pr., 

Lan^a End 50.4 5.42 W 

*Belgae (Britannia) 51.0 2.0 w 

*Be1gae (Gallia) 49.55 4.0 

BbloTca 50.0 4.0 

Belisama Aest.? Mouth 

of Ribble 5.3.43 8.0 w 

*BelloTaoi 49.30 2.0 

Bellovaci (Cacaaroma* 

gua), Beauvaia 49.27 2.4 

Belon, Toioer of Bolo- 

nia 36.5 5.48 w 

Belainum, Maaaeure,..,, 43.24 0.35 

Belunum, Belluno 46.7 12.14 

Belua F., JVin A r iVaaman 32.55 35.10 
Benacua L., Logo di 

Garda 45.35 10.40 

Benaventa, or Isanna- 

Tatia, Burrow Hillf 

n, Daventry 52.16 1.8 w 

Beneharnuro, Caatelnon 43.27 0.40 w 

Bene ven turn, Benevento 41.8 14.45 

Berenice 23.55 35.28 

Berenice Epidires 12.20 43.20 

Berenice (Ezion-geber) 29.33 34.58 
Berenice, for. Hesperi- 

dea, Benghazi, 32.7 20.3 23 



14 
6 
7 

18 

14 

14 

9 

25 

7 

7 

7 

22 

21 

14 

6 

26 

20 

12 
20 

8 
22 
13 
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3 

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11 
14 

8 

20 

8 

8 
21 

21 

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18 

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7 

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9 



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5 
6 

4 

5 
6 

6 

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21 

8 



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6 
9 
3 
3 
24 



HAMVB. LAT. LOSO. HU 

Berenice Pancbr^oa t 

Souakin 19«.6' 87®.20' 

Bergldam, Perex 42.48 6.58 w 

Bergintmm, St, Mau- 

rice 46.37 6.46 

BergSmnm, Bergamo,,, 45.42 9.41 
BergoD, or Bergoa, 

Bergen 60.21 5.19 

Bergulae, Tchatal Bur- 

gaa 41.25 27.18 

Berguaium, Bourgoin,,, 46.35 5.16 
Bermius M. (or Bora), 

Verna 40.26 22.0 

Beroea, or Ghaiybon, 

Aleppo ». 86.12 87.11 

Beroea, aft. Irenopdiiaf 

Eaki Sagra. 42.30 25.44 

Beroea, or Berrhoea, 

Verria 40.29 22.8 

•BerOnea 42.20 2.30 W 

Berrboea, or Beroea, 

Verria 40.29 22.8 

Beraona, Oaakova 45.29 21.16 

Bery^taa, Beirout, 83.50 35.28 

Berziminium 42.26 19.19 

Besa, or AntinSe, Sheikh 

Abadeh 27.48 30.54 

Beablcua I., KaloUmno 40.31 28.21 

Beaidiae, Biaignano 39.30 16.17 

Beaippo, or Baesippo, 

r. n. Porto Barbato,,. 36.11 6.55 W 
Beaor, Brook, Wady 

Sheriah 31.21 34.80 

Beaaapara, Tatar Bo- 

zardjik i2.6 24.80 

♦Beaai 42.0 24.40 

Beate, Z?o*f. 81.29 64.10 

Bcsunga? Baaaain 16.35 94.52 

Besunga F., Jrawady,,, 20.0 95.0 

Beth-abara? 31.49 85.36 

Beth-gamul, Um-eU 

Jemdl. 32.23 86.26 

Beth-baran (Liriaa), 

Er-Rameh 31.49 35.39 

Beth-boron, npper,.fiet- 

toor el-Foka 3L53 35.6 

Beth-boron, Lower, 0ei- 

toor et'Tahta 31.54 35.5 

Beth-nimrah, JVtmreeti.. 31.56 35..36 

Betb-ahittab, ShiMa 82.38 35.29 

Beth.tappuab, Teffuh.,. 31.33 35.5 
Beth-zacbariah, Tell 

Zakariyeh 31.43 34.57 

Bethagla, Ain ffojla,.,, 31.48 85.34 

Bethany, El-Aziriyeh.,. 31.46 35.16 

Bethar? Careen. 82.19 86.0 

Bethar, or Bether, Bei- 

tear. 31.44 86.7- 

Betbaramatham, or 

Am&thna, Amateh 82.19 35.40 

Bethel, Beiteen 31.55 85.15 

Bethlehem, Beitlahm.,, 81.43 35.13 

Bethaaida (of Galilee)? 32.53 35.31 
Betfaaaida (Juliaa), Et- 

Tell 32.58 85.40 

Betbahemeah.iitniS'AefR* 31.45 34.58 
Bethsbemesh, or Rame- 

aea (Heliopolia), Ma- 

tarieh, 30.8 31.20 

Bethnlia, Beit Tlfah...,, 32.31 35.28 

Bothznr? Ed-Dirweh.., 31.36 35.9 
Betogabria (Eleuthero- 

polia), Beit Jibreen,,, 31.36 34.55 

Betonim? Batneh 32.2 85.45 

Betnnia, Cebronea 42.15 6.53 n 

Bezabde, or Sapphe, 

Jezireh Ibn Omar,,,, 37.17 41.59 

Bezer? 31..36 35.56 

Biaa F., Djane, 36.59 21.60 

Biatia, Baeza 37.58 ^.29 « 

Bibium? 45.20 16.30 

Bibracte. aft Auguato- 

dQnum. Autun 46.67 4.18 

(40) 



•4 






SI 



u 

6 



HAKES. LAT. 

Bibrax? liUore, 48®.S2' 

*Bibroci 61.20 

liida, Blida 36.29 

JtidaiaDi, AUenmarkt,,, 48.0 
Uidis? S, Giovanni di 

Bibino 3T.6 

Fienna, or BienDUS, 

Vianot. 35.3 

Bienam 35.16 

■^Bigerriones 43.10 

]M};estae, Qahella 43.5 

JK'xWAWsyGalatayudVieja 41.25 

Bilccba F., Belik 36.20 

Bilitio, BeUinzona 46.13 

Billaeas F., Filiya» 41.7 

Bingiam, Binyen 49.57 

Bioia? Porto Pino 38.57 

JJiroe 44.52 

Birtha, Birehjik 37.2 • 

Birtha? TekretU 34.36 

BiSALTIA 40.50 

Bisanthe, afL Rhaedes- 

in%t Rodotto 40.59 

Biseargis, Berrw. 41.18 

Biet^nU Laens, L, Bou^ 

rou 41.4 

BlTHTHIA 41.20 

Bitb jnium, aft. Claadio- 

p5li8? Bolu 40.42 

Bitter Lake 80.17 

Biturgia, on Biver Am- 

bra 43.32 

Bituriges, Bourgm '47.5 

*Bitorige8-Gubi 47.0 

*Bttariges-ViTi8oi 45.0 

Bixya, Fi«a. 41.36 

Black Mountains, Jebel 

Soudan 29.0 

Btack Moan tains 29.0 

Blaenb? 41.20 

Blanda, Blanea 41.40 

Blanda, Maratea 39.56 

Blandiana 45.56 

BlandSna? Vrana 43.58 

Blandus 39.24 

Blariaonm, Bltricjc 51.21 

Blatum Bulgium, Mid- 

dleby 55.5 

Blaadu8> Bolat. 39.33 

Bloundus, SuUimanly.., 88.24 

Blaria, Blaye 45.7 

Blendinm? Santander.. 43.10 

Blor^^teda 42.18 

Blestiam, Monmouth 51.49 

Bletisa, Ledetma 41.17 

Boactes F., Vara 44.12 

BoagriusF.. 38.45 

Boaria, Toro 88.52 

Boeanum? Morocco 31.40 

Boderia (or Bodotria), 

Aestnarinm, Firth of 

Forth 56.0 

•Bodiontici 44.10 

Bodotria (or Boderia), 

A est., Firth of Forth 56.0 

Boeae? 36.31 

BokatIcb 36.30 

Boeatlcos B., Vatika 

Bay 86.30 

Boebe •. 39.29 

BoebSis L., Karla^ 39..30 

BoROTiA 38.20 

•Boii 44.20 

♦Boii 46.40 

*Buii, aft. Marcomanni 49.30 

Boii, Bnngh. 44.35 

Boiodrirum, Innttadt,,,, 48.34 
BoiOHJCMUM, Bohemia,,. 49,40 
Boium, r, n. Mario- 
fate* 38..39 

T»o\a, P»U 41.53 

Bolax, Vofantaa 37.38 

BcIbeL., i^Miib'a 40.40 

6 



Loira. 
3^87' 
1.0 w 
2.49 
12.32 

15.2 

25.28 
23.31 

0.10 w 
17.40 

1.35 w 
39.0 

8.58 
32.0 

7.55 

8.35 
28.3 
38.0 
43.40 
23.30 

27.31 
0.26 

25.8 
83.0 

81.47 
32.20 

11.39 

2.25 

1.40 

0.50 w 
27.44 

15.0 

34.40 

33.40 

2.50 
15.44 
23.25 
15.34 
87.8 

6.7 

3.13 ▼ 
28.36 
20.22 

0.39 w 

3.43 w 
12.1 

2.42 w 

6.2 ▼ 

9.48 
22.41 

8.23 

7.37 ▼ 



8.0 w 
6.10 

3.0 w 
23.2 
23.5 

23.2 

22.50 

22.41 

23.15 

11.6 

3.30 
14.30 

0.46 w 
13.29 
14.30 

22.29 
12.55 
21.33 
23.25 



MAP HAXE8. 

6 u Bolbitine Mouth (of 

6 1 Nile) 

23 Bolerium, Belerium, or 
14 Antivestaeum Prom., 

LantTt End, 

12 Bolinaeus F 

Bolissus, Volitto 

19 *Bomiense8 

19 I Bomium, Ewenny, 



LAT. LdA^ VAP. 



31«.32' 80<>.45' 



6 
14 

7 
22 

8 
20 

6 

9 
24 
20 
22 
15 

14 

7 

19 
20 

20 
24 

8 
6 
6 
6 
14 

2 
24 
20 

7 

9 

14 
14 
20 

6 

5 

20 

20 

6 

7 

11 
5 
7 
8 
16 
9 
23 



5 
6 

5 

18 
18 

18 

15 

15 

16 

8 

6 

25 

6 

14 

25 

16 
11 
18 



Bonconiea, Oppenheim,, 

Bonna, Bonn 

Bononia, Ulok 

Bononia, Bregovn 

Bononia, for. Felsina, 
Bologna 

Boon, Yona Liman 

Boon, or Genetaea Pr., 
a Vona 

Bora, or Bermius M., 
Verria 

Borbeiomagns, Worm;, 

BorooTloas, Houtctteads 

Boreium M., Kravari,., 

Boreum Prom., Matin 
Mead 

Borsippa? Bire Nim- 
roud 

Bortina, Almudevar. 

BorysthSnes F., Dnie- 
per, 

Bosa, Boea, 

Bospffrns Cimmerius, 
Jstrait of Kert^eh, or 
Jenikaleh 

Bosporus Tbraoius, 
Channel of Conetan- 
tinople 

Bostra (Bozrah), Boeara 

BostrCnus F., Nahr eU 
Auly 

BOTTIABA 

Bovianum, Bojano 

Borillae, n. Palaverde,, 

Bovinm, Bangor 

Bosrah? EUBueaireh,., 
Bosrah (Bostra), Boe- 



50.4 

38.18 

38.29 

38.43 

51.29 

49.51 

50.44 

45.13 

44.6 



32.21 
42.0 

53.0 
40.18 



41.5 
32.27 



fltra. 



Brac&ra Aagusta, J?ra^a 

BrachOdes Prom, (or 

Caput Vada), C, Ka- 

poudiah 

Bradanus F., Bradano., 

Branobldae, or Didymi 

Brannogeniam (orBra- 

vinnium?) Zetntwar- 

dine 

*BrannoTices 

BranodQnum, Brancae- 
ter 

IBrasiae, or Prasiae 7 iSIC 
Andreae ^ 

Brattia I., Braua 

Bratuspantium ? Bre- 
teuil 

Bmuron, Vraona 

Bravinnium (Brannoge- 
niam?) Leintvoardine 

Bregetio, or Bregen- 
tiam, r. n. Szony 

Bremen iam, Riecheater 

Bremetonacae, Overbo- 
rough 

Brendice 

Brenthe, Karytena 

Brentonicum, Brento- 
nico 

*Breani 

BreviodQrum, Pont Au- 
thon 

Brevis, Burrea 

*Brigante8 

Brigantia, or Brigan. 



32.27 
41.34 



52.22 
46.10 



37.22 
43.20 

49.38 
37.56 



47.45 
55.17 

54.11 
40.57 
37.29 

45.51 
46.52 

49.20 
42.49 
54.0 



6.42 w 
21.52 
25.56 
22.0 

3.34 w 

8.23 

7.4 
19.27 
22.38 



44.30 11.22 

41.4 37.47 

41.5 87.48 

40.26 22.0 
49.38 8.23 
55.1 2.19 w 

37.26 22.20 

55.22 7.23 w 



44.26 
0.30 

80.10 
8.30 



45.15 86.80 



29.4 
86.38 



33.35 


35.30 


21 


40.35 


20.25 


15 


41.30 


14.28 


9 


41.46 


12.38 


11 


53.0 


2.54 W 


5 


30.52 


85.43 


21 



86.38 
8.28 V 



85.10 11.10 
40.40 16.20 
37.21 27.18 



2.52 w 
4.20 



52.68 0.39 



22.47 
16.40 

2.17 
23.57 



52.22 2.62 w 



18.9 
2.15 w 

2.35 w 
25.45 
22.4 

10.56 
11.30 

0.36 
8.10 w 
2.0 w 



24 



5 

18 

19 

15 

5 

6 

6 

14 
14 

8 
20 

20 

15 
6 
5 

18 



22 

7 

2 
9 



s; 



141 

21 : 



15 tium, ^re^ens 47.30 9.45 



21 

7 



23 

9 

19 



18 
14 

6 
16 



14 
5 

5 
14 
18 

8 
8 

6 
7 
5 

26 



iTAVEfl. LAT. LOVCk XAP. 

Brigantlnus L., L. of 

Conetance^ 47*40' 9o.20' 

Brigantio, Brian^on 44.55 6.36 

Brigantium? Betanxoe,. 43.18 8.12 W 

Brige, Broughton 51.6 1.38 w 

Brigetium, Benavente,., 42.0 5.40 w 

Brigiosum, Briou 46.10 0.9 W 

Brilessus, or Pentellcus 

M., Penteli, or Men- 
deli. 38.7 23,53 

*Briniat«s ... 44.24 9.40 

Britanitia, England.... 53.0 2.0 W 
Britannlcae Ins., Bri- 

tieh lelande 55.0 2.0 W 

Briva Is&rae, Pontoiee., 49.3 2.5 
Briyates Portus? Bri- 

vain, n. Croieic 47.20 2.30 W 

Brivates Portus, or Ge- 

socribate? Breet 48.24 4.29 W 

BriTodarum, Villeneuve, 

n. Bonny 47.35 2.52 

Brizellum, BreeeeUo.,.. 44.54 10.30 

•Brixente8,..r 46.40 11.30 

Brizia, Breecia 45.33 10.18 

Brizana F., Bunder ' 

Dilem.. 80.2 60.20 

Brocavium, Brougham.. 54.39 2.41 w 
Brocomagus, Brumath.. 48.44 7.42 
Bromagus, Promaeene^, 46.36 6.50 

Bromisous? Stavroe..... 40.38 23.41 
BroYonacae, Kirkhy 

Thure 54.37 2.32 w 

•Bruchi 42.21 44.15 

Bnicla.. 46.16 23.41 

♦Bructeri 52.0 7.0 

Bnindusium, Brindiei.. 40.38 18.0 

•Brutii 88.87 16.20 

Brygias, Pre«p<i 41.5 21.4 

Biyseae, Sinanbey 87.1 22.26 

Brystacia, UmbriaHco.,. ^.22 16.56 

Buana, Van 38.29 43.10 

BdbacIne? 37.30 71.0 

Bubassus, DulopSlis, or 

Acanthus 86.46 28.11 

BuhMtAB, Tel Baeta. 30.34 31.26 

Bubon 36.59 29.26 

Buca ? Punta delta 

Penna 42.11 14.42 

BuoephSla ? Je/oum 32.66 73.37 

BncephSla Prom., C. 

Skyli 37.26 23.11 

Bueeph&lQs Prom 37.51 23.7 

Buchetium? Port Su 

John 39.16 20.31 

Bucin a I., Faeea 38.56 8.25 

Budnna, or Phorbantia 

1.,, Levanwo 38.3 12.19 

Bnora Pr., C. Scatambri 36.46 14.31 

•Budini? 53.0 40.0 

BudSrum Pr 37.57 23.25 

BudOms F.... 88 46 23.25 

Budua? CampoMayor„ 392 6.54 w 

BuUs 38.17 22.50 

Bulla Regia, Boul.„.... 36.25 8.44 
Bullaeum (or Bur- 

rium?), U»k 51.42 2.53 w 

BumSdus F., JOocWr... 36.30 43.25 

Buphflgium, Papadha.. 37.37 21.56 
BuphSgus F., River of 

Papadha 37.36 21.55 

Buporthmus Prom., C. 

Muxaki 37.21 23.16 

Buprasium ? 38.5 21.24 

Bura 38.10 22.10 

Buralcns F., Kalnvryta 38.3 22.8 

BurbWa? Parada 42.7 8.47 w 

Burburaca ? n, Yeni- 

khan 42.80 23.45 

Bardig&la, Bordeaux... 44.61 0.33 W 
Burginatium, Sehenken- 

. Hcham 61.50 6.8 

♦Buri 50..30 10.0 

Burnvw? 44.5 16J» 

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6 

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6 

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8 
8 

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5 
6 
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15 

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22 
14 
25 

9 

9 

14 
18 

9 
22 

8 

19 
24 
20 

9 
8 

18 
18 

15 
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15 

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18 

18 

18 
18 
18 
18 
7 

14 
6 

6 
25 

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HAMES. LAT. 
Baetis F^ Ouadalanivir SS'^.O' 
BaetQlo, Cattle of Jf on- 
got 41.30 

Baetaio F., Beaoa. 41.30 

Babtoria 38.40 

Bagacum, Bavay 50.18 

Bagi!(, or Bage, Sirghie 39.34 
Bagisara? Has Arubah 25.14 
Bagistina, Baghittan, 

or Beaitun 84.16 

Bagrada, or Bagradas 

F. (Macarns), Mtjtr- 

dah 38.22 

Bagradas F., Nabon 27.45 

Bagrauandbvb 39.45 

Baiae, j8ata« 40.40 

Baiae, Bayaa 36.45 

*Baioca8ses 49.10 

Balanea, .^anecw.. ...«..• 35.11 

Balbura, Katara 36.56 

Baleires Insulae, or 

Gymneaiae, Majorca, 

&o 37.30 

Balearlcnm Mare 40.0 

Bale&ris Migor, or Co- 

lumba, Majorca 39.30 

Balearis Minor, or Nora, 

Minorca 40.0 

Baletium, or Valetium.. 40.33 
Balomas, Rat Shemaul 

Bu}ider 25.12 

Balsa, Tavira 37.7 

Balsio, Bona 41.55 

Baly ra F., Mavroxwnono 37. 1 5 

Balzanttm, Botzeu 46.31 

Bambyce, or Hierapo- 

lis, Membidjt or Bam- 

^ouj 36.32 

Banasa (Valentia)? Jfa< 

mora 34.16 

Bandasiae Fons, Fon- 

tana Orande„ 40.52 

Bantia, Banzi 40.50 

Baphj^ras F 40.8 

Barace I., Penintula of 

Cutch 23.0 

Barbalissus, Kalaat 

B<tU» 35.59 

B»rbana F., Morattha.., 42.30 
Barbaria, or Akavia, 

4/'"« 6.0 

Barbariaiia, S. Martin 

de Berberann 42.12 

Barbaricus S., or Mare 

Azanium 0.0 

Barb&rium Prom., 0, 

Etpichel 38.24 

Barbeaiila F., Quadiaro 36.30 
Barbesula, r. on H. 

Qnadiaro « 36.18 

Barbosfchenes M. 37.2 

Barbyses F 41.10 

Burca, El-Medinah 32.31 

Barcino, Barcelona 41.22 

BarderSte, Bra. 44.42 

Bnrdfiir, BarUtta 41.19 

Baroa, Vera 37.13 

Bargisa f Port Oiova.,. 37.3 

Biirgylia 37.12 

Bargy listes S., or laaiai, 

G. of Mendelyah 37.15 

Bargj^las Mens, Jebel 

Nneairiyeh 35.15 

Baris? labarta 37,46 

Baris, or VerStam, S. 

Maria di Vereto 39.52 

Barium, Bart 4i.g 

Barna? Gwadel 25.10 

Barygaza, Baroehe 21.42 

BarygazSnua S., 0. of 

Cambay 21.0 

Barza, Derozeh 36.1 

Barialo, Gerger. 37.58 



LONG. 


KAP 


40.0'W 


7 


2.16 


7 


2.12 


7 


6.0 w 


7 


3.47 


6 


29.5 


20 


64.31 


3 



47.33 



22 



9.0 


23 


53.0 


3 


42.40 


22 


14.4 


13 


36.12 


20 


0.40 w 


6 


36.0 


20 


29.34 


20 


3.0 


7 


2.0 


7 


8.0 


7 


4.0 


7 


18.5 


9 


62.55 


8 


7.31 vr 


7 


1.31 w 


7 


21.54 


18 


11.18 


8 


37.67 


20 


6.13 ▼ 


23 


40.58 


9 


16.0 


9 


22.31 


15 


70.0 


8 


38.11 


20 


19.30 


14 


47.0 


2 


2.26 w 


7 


50.0 


2 


9.24 w 


7 


5.25 w 


7 


6.18 w 


7 


22.30 


18 


28.56 


26 


21.0 


23 


2.10 


7 


7.52 


8 


16.18 


9 


1.53 w 


7 


28.23 


10 


27.37 • 


19 


27.25 


19 


36.15 


20 


30.39 


20 


18.21 


9 


16.52 


9 


62.14 


3 


73.3 


2 


72.30 


3 


46.7 


22 


39.7 


20 



llAinsS. LAT. LOHG. 

Basante, or Bassianae, 

r. n. Debrinexe 44<».45' 20o.0' 

Baailia, BdU, or BaeeL. 47.35 7.36 

Basilippo 87.25 5.30 w 

Bassae 37.26 21.54 

Bassiana, Ivany Egere- 

xeg 47.19 15.58 

Bassianae, or Basante, 

r. n. BebrincKe 44.45 20.0 

Basta, Vaetc 40.3 18.21 

«Ba8tarnae, or Peaoini 48.30 21.0 

Basti, ^aea 37.29 2.53 v 

♦Bastitani 38.0 2.0 w 

•Bastuli 36.50 4»30w 

Bat&na? 36.30 48.36 

Batanaba (Bashan)... 32.30 36.15 

BfttSya Castra, Paeeau.. 48.34 13.27 

•Batjr'vi 51.55 5.0 

Bathy-Co/po« 40.12 29.10 

BafchysF 39.40 31.11 

Bathys F.? Fiati, or 

lati 88.0 13.6 

Bathys Portos, Batoutn 41.37 41.38 
Batinns F., Trontino, 

or Tordino 42.44 14.0 

Batnae (Saraji), Saruj.. 36.57 3B.25 

BauU 40.48 14.5 

Bautae, Viexnx Anneey., 45.55 6.7 

Bautisas F 

Bazira? Bajour 85.4 71.25 

BeberacQS L., L. of Ka- 

tuniyik 86.16 41.12 

BebiSna. f«. Torrimpe- 

frc*....'..., 41.56 12.12 

Bebii M... 42.30 20.0 

Bebrlacum, 01 Bedria- 

cam? CividaU. 45.3 10.30 

•Becheires 40.50 40.45 

Bedesis F., Boneo 44.2 12.0 

Bedriacam, or Bebria- 

cam? Cividale 45.3 10.30 

Beer, ^iVcA 31.56 35.12 

Beer-sheba, Beer ee- 

Seba 31.16 34.21 

Begorritis L., L, of Ki- 

trini 40.31 21.43 

Belbina I., S. Georgia., 37.28 23.55 
Belbina, or Belemina, r. 

on Ml Khelmoe 37.16 22.16 

Belca 47.48 2.25 

Beleia, or Veleia? 42.49 2.50 w 

Belemina, or Belbina, r. 

on Mt. Khelmoe 37.16 22.16 

Beleridcs I., Serpenta- 

ria 1 39.8 9.^57 

Belerium, Boleriam, or 

Antivestaenm Pr., 

Land^e End 50.4 5.42 W 

♦Belgae (BriUfinia) 51.0 2.0 w 

•Belgae (Gallia) 49.55 4.0 

Bbloica 50.0 4.0 

Belisama Aest.? Mouth 

of Ribble 53.43 3.0 w 

♦Bellovaci 49.30 2.0 

Bellovaci (Caesaroma- 

gns), Beauvaie 49.27 2.4 

Belon, Totoer of Bolo- 

nia 36.6 6.48 w 

Belsinum, Maeeeure...., 43.24 0.35 

Belunam, Bellnno 46.7 12.14 

'ReXnnV., Nahr Naaman 32.55 35.10 
Benacns L., Lago di 

Garda 45.35 10.40 

Benaventa, or Isanna- 

Tatia, Burrow Bill, 

n. Daventry 52.16 1.8 w 

Beneharnam, Caetelnon 43.27 0.40 w 

Beneventum, Benevento 41.8 14.45 

Berenice 23.55 35.28 

Berenice Bpidires 12.20 43.20 

Berenice (Bzion-geber) 29.33 34.58 
Berenice, for. Hesperl- 

des, Benghazi. 32.7 20.3 



MAP. 

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7 

18 

14 

14 

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21 

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20 

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20 

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ITAUVS. LAT. IiOVa. XAA 

Bereniee Pancbrysos? 

Souakin 190.6' 87**,^0' 

Bergldam, Perex 42.48 6.58 w 

Bergintrum, St. MaU" 

riee. 45.37 6.46 

Berg6mam, Bergamo... 45.42 9.41 
Bergon, or Bergos, 

Bergen 60.21 5.19 

Bergulae, Tehatal Bur- 

gae 41.25 27.18 

BergQsium, Bourgoin... 45.35 6.16 
Bermius M. (or Bora), 

Verna 40.26 22.0 

Beroea, or ChaljPbon, 

Aleppo ». 86.12 87.11 

Beroea, afU IrenopSlisf 

JSeki Sagra. 42.30 25.44 

Beroea, or Berrhoea, 

Verria 40.29 22.8 

*BerOne8 42.20 2.30 w 

Berrhoea, or Beroea, 

Verria 40.29 22.8 

Bersovia, Oeakova. 45.29 21.16 

Berjp'tus, BeirouL 38.50 85.28 

Berziminium 42.26 19.19 

Besa, or AntinSe, Sheikh 

Abadeh 27.48 80.64 

Besblcus I., Kalolimno 40.31 28.21 

Besidiae, Bieignano 39.30 16.17 

Besippo, or Baesippo, 

r. n. Porfo Barbato... 36,11 6.56 w 
Besor, Brook, Wady 

Sheriah 81.21 84.30 

Bessapara, Tatar Ba- 

gardjik. 42.5 24.30 

•Bessi 42.0 24.40 

Beste, Boet 31.29 64.10 

Besunga? Baeeain 16.35 94.52 

Besunga F., Jrawady... 20.0 95.0 

Beth-abara? 31.49 35.36 

Betb-gamnl, Um-el- 

Jemdl 82.23 36.26 

Beth-haran (Livias), 

Br-Rameh 31.49 85.89 

Beth-horon, Upper,^et- 

toor el-Foka 31.58 35.6 

Beth-horon, Lower, ^et- 

toor et'Tahtn 31.54 35.5 

Betb-nimrah, JVimreen.. 81.56 35.36 

Beth-shittab, Shtata 82.38 35.29 

Beth-tappuah, Teffuh... 31.33 35.5 
Beth-zacbariab, Tell 

Zakanyeh 31.43 84.57 

Bethagla, Ain Hajla.... 31.48 85.34 

Bethany, El-Aziriyeh... 3L46 85.16 

Bethar? Bareen 82.19 85.0 

Bethar, or Bother, Bei- 

teer 81.44 85.7-^ 

Betharamathum, or 

Am&thiis, Amateh 32.19 85.40 

Bethel, Beiteen 31.55 85.15 

Bethlehem, Beitfahm... 81.43 85.13 

Bethsaida (of Galilee)? 32.58 35.31 
Bethsaida (Julias), Et- 

Tell. 32.58 35.40 

Beth8hemesh,^tn5Aein« 31.45 84.58 
Bethshemesh, or Barne- 
ses (Heliopolis), Ma- 

tarieh 30.8 81.20 

Bethulia, Beit Tlfah..... 32.81 35.28 

Bcthzur? Ed-Dirweh... 31.36 35.9 
Betogabris (Eleathero- 

polis). Beit Jibreen... 31.86 34.55 

Betonim? Batneh 32.2 85.45 

Betunxa, Cebronee 42.15 5.53 1 

Bezabde, or Sapphe, 

Jezireh Ibn Omar.... 37.17 41.59 

Bezer? 31.36 35.56 

Bias F., Djane 36.59 21„50 

Biatia, Baeza 37.58 ^.29 n 

BiVmm? 45.20 15,30 

Bibracte. aft. Augusto- 

ddnum, Autun 46.57 4.18 

(40) 



U 



• 

I 



14 

21 
14 

S 



% 
I 



21 

14 

14 
3 
2 

21 

21 

21 

21 

21 
21 
21 
21 

21 
21 
21 
21 

21 

21 
21 
21 
21 

91 
21 



24 

21 
21 

21 
21 



22 
21 



7 
14 



Bibmi? fliitrt 48'" .JS" S^.S?' 

•BiWoci M.M 1.0 W 

liLJa, fliida S6.I9 !.« 

IdJl^Uni, Allri,n.arkt... 18.0 12.33 
Cidist S. Oitmnn; ifi 

B/tino 3T.fi 15.! 

I'ienB^ or BienQU., 

CiaiuM. SS.3 is.ia 

ItifDan SS.IS :3.3I 

■Bigerrione). 43.10 0,10 « 

]titre>l>e, Oahtlta^ 43.5 17.40 

Kami,Calota<i<idVit}a 41.25 1.35W 

Bileclw P., BMk. 3S.20 3S.0 

BiliUo, BMinMona 4A.13 8.5B 

BillMoa F., FiUfai 41.7 32.0 

Bingium. Bingtn 49.ST 7,55 

Bioiiif Farto Piito 88.57 S.35 

_Birne 44.62 S8.3 

Birthm BlrrijH 8T.2 * 38.0 

BLrthaT Tckrat. 34.3B 43.40 

BisiLTiA 40.50 23.30 

Biaanthe, aa Rhudsi- 

tas,SadBUo 40,69 27,31 

Biacirgii, Bwnu. 41.18 0.29 

Biit^DU Lmiu, L. Boh- 

roB 41.4 25.B 

BiTHTHIA 41.20 33.0 

Bitb jnium, tit. Claudio- 

p«lia7 Boli. 40.43 91,47' 

BitUrUka tO.IT 32.20 

Bitaigia, «• Sivtr Awt- 

iro- 43.32 11.30 

Biurigaa, Bourgm. -47.5 3,25 

•Bitiirig«(-Ciibf. - 47.0 1.40 

•Biturigat-ViTud 46.0 0.50 w 

Biira, Ftao. 41.3« ».44 

Black HanntaiDI, Jibel 

SoHdnit, MI.O 15,0 

Black Honntaini !9.0 34.40 

Br.AMe? 41.20 33.40 

Blanda, Blana. 41.40 2.60 

Blanda, J/amfea 89.60 16.44 

Blandiana 46.6fl 33.25 

BlandSna? Yrata. 43.68 16.84 

Blnndni. 89.24 3T.S 

SluTineBm, Bitriek 51.21 B.T 

BlatDm BDlgiam, Xid- 

dUbf^ 56.G S.ISw 

BlaaduiT Bolnt. SS.S8 28.86 

Bluindui. S'Uimmtf... 38.24 29.22 

BlaTia, Bloge. 45.7 fl.SBw 

BleDdiamr SaHtander- iX.lO 8.43 « 

Blor%,Bitdt 42.18 12.1 

B\aUiua, Monmouth 61.49 2.42 v 

Btetim, Ltdrma 41.17 6.2 ir 

BoaoleaP., Vara 44.13 9.48 

BcMgi-iniF- 38.45 23.41 

Biiaria, Ton 38.53 8.23 

Bocannmr Moroeeo..... 31.40 7.37w 
Boderia (or Bodotria), 

Aeituarinm, Firik of 

Forlk.^ 50.0 3.0 w 

•BodinrticL 44.10 0.10 

A«t., Fink of Forik 68.0 3.0 w 

B.«at7 38.31 23.3 

BoBATlci.. 88.30 23.6 

Buniloas 5., Vaiika 

Snj 88.30 23.2 

Boetw ■. 39.29 22.60 

BftMii L., Sarla^ 89.80 22.41 

BoKon* „.... 38.20 33.15 

•Boii 44.20 11.8 

"Bnil 48.40 3.30 

•Buii, >n. Haroomannl 49.30 14.30 

Bail, Boagii. 44.35 0.46 v 

BniodDmra, hnUadl.... 4S.34 13.20 

BuionlHUH, Bokrmia... 49.40 14.30 
B"ium, r. a. Xatio- 

laiti aR.39 23,29 

Tiula, P-ll. 41,53 12.&5 

Jjjlai, Volanlia 37.38 21.33 

BvlboL^Baikui^ 40.40 33.35 



BolbillDS HoDth (of 






iD> L., L. of 






Nile) 81".S! 


BO'-tt' 




««_ „ 47". 40* O'-JO' 




Bolariam, Beleriam, or 








8.39 










imf £»<■■««.. 43.18 


8.12 w 
























T 












• 














Bomium, Ewn-y 61.29 


3.34* 




M., PeJ.(««, or Mm- 


















Bonna, B<«n 50.44 










H 


BonoDift, Ulok 45,13 


19.27 




Britanria, Er^gland.... 53.0 


2.0 w 


t 




23.38 










Bononia, for. Fslaina, 






HA hlani,. 65.0 


3.0 W 
















Boon, Vona Lima„ 41.4 


87.47 


30 


BrivatcB PortaaF Bri- 












win, a. Croitic 47.20 
























locrilnur BrM 48.34 


4J9W 
















Borbelotoagii*, Worm,.. 49.38 


8.33 

3.19 w 




5 




3.53 
10.38 




Briiellnm, BrattOo.... 44.64 


8 


Borelom M., Kramri... 37.28 


32.20 




•Brll»nt8«...„ 48.40 






Boraaoi From., Jfali'a 








10.1S 






7,33 T 










Boraippa? Bir, tflm- 






J>i7ni JO.J 


50.30 






44,28 
0.30 w 






7!42 






t 


Bory«hin«« F., Dnit- 






























T\%Tt ,. 64.37 






BoepSraa Cimroerina, 

J^ikahh 46.16 






3.33 w 


i 


36.30 


3 




44.16 
33.41 




Bruola. „.,.. 46.18 


14 








•BmeUri 63.0 


7.0 


36 


aann.1 of CbaMoa. 








18.0 


9 




29.4 




•Bnidl 88.37 


10.30 


ft 


Bo.tra(Boir.h), B«.™ 32.27 
BoiLrEnoa F., Jfakr tl~ 
















Bryaaa^ Si«nUy. 87.1 


32.99 


18 
















20.25 
14.28 


9 


BDBAe»i.«r"":";:::z 37.30 


43.10 
71.0 






> 
















2.64* 
36.43 


21 


Aeanthna B«.4fl 


3l!29 




BoirahT Bl-Ba,aiTtk... 80.53 


34 
















38.33 


7 


BunaT Pandi diUa 


14.43 














Bansph&la t Jc/Dun 33.55 


T3.3T 




Caput Vada), C. JTn. 






BocfpMla Prom., C. 








11.10 




Skvli 87.26 


33.11 




Bradana. F., Bradono.. 40.40 


18.20 






33.V 




Branfltaldae, or Didjml 37.31 


37.18 




Bochetiumr Port St. 


















rinniSmD Liint^r. 






Booioal., ro«o 38.68 


8.26 




dint,.. 53.33 


2.62 w 




Bodnii».orPhorb»iitia 








4.30 


8 




14.31 






Bnora Pr., C.Soalambri 36.46 






0.39 


5 


•Bndltii?... 63.0 

BndSrumPr 37,57 


33.26 








A„drra, ^..... 37.23 


33.47 


IH 


BudBnia P.._ 38 48 


33.35 


]» 


18.40 


14 


Budaa? C-xntpo Uoyor,. 3»2 


6.54 W 




BratuipsntiniD ? Bn- 












2.17 


« 


Bolla Regia, Bout 80-26 

Bnllaaum (or Bur- 
rlQtn?). Ci>. 81.42 


8.44 














3.53 w 




oiuat) Itint^rdine 53.23 


3.53 V 


5 


Bnmldita P., Kkorrir... 38.30 






Brsg8[io, or Bregeo- 






BuphKgioiD, Pop^dko.. 37.ST 






BrBmeniam, BitihttUr 55.1? 












2.15 W 
























3.35 w 














IS 


Brcnilie, Karyltna 37.39 






Hurt 38.10 


22.10 1 18 








22.8 1 IS 


«.«> 45.51 


10.58 




BurWda? /"nrorfo 43.7 




•Brrari 48.53 


11.80 


H 


BnrbDriwaT o. r^if- 






0.38 

2.'0 » 


« 

7 
5 








BordiRftU, Bord«.«x... 44.51 
BDrsinal<um,5cl«>t<- 


0.33V 8 










BtiK^nti^ or Brigiui- 






9.45 


25 


Bumotnf 44.5 




Ii 



VAMES. LAT. 

Bairiam (Ballaenm ?), 

Ukk 510.42' 

Bartadizus ? Eaki Baha 41.30 

Bnnris, Abouair 29.54 

Baslrli! (Delta), Abou- 

ftr 30.65 

BnthrOtam, n. Butrinto 40.44 
ButhrQtas F., Novito ... 38.18 

Bato? 30.54 

Batriam? 44.29 

Butua, ludua 42.14 

Butantum, jSttonto 41.7 

Buxentam, or Pyzas, 

Polieattro 40.1 

Basaras M 35.30 

Bylazdra, VeUtaf or 

VeUuto 41.35 

Byllis ? Oraditta, or 

Qrttditza, 40.33 

Byna. 36.52 

Bythiai 41.5 

Btzaoiux 35.30 

Bjiantiam, aft. Con- 

staDtiDopSliSy Stam- 

houl, or Cofutantino' 

pU 41.1 

C. 

Cabalia 37.0 

Cabellio, Cavaillon 43.50 

CabillOnum, Chalon$' 

9ur-Saone 46.47 

Cabris? 25.25 

CabarrOy Cavor. 44.47 

Cabnsa? 30.40 

Cab jle, or Calybe ? Kar- 

fuih(U 42.40 

Oaohales F 38.35 

Caoyp&rifl F., Caatibilu. 36.58 

Caoyram, Cattaro 37.5 

Cadi, QUdiz 39.5 

Cadmus M., Baba 

I>agh 37.40 

♦Cadurci 44.27 

•Cadusii 37.10 

Cadyanda? 36.43 

Caecina F., Ceeina 43.22 

Caecinam, Satriano 38.43 

Caeoinas F., Andnaie.,. 38.44 
Caena ? Monte Allegro.. 37.22 

Caenae? 35.25 

CaenepSlis, or Taen&- 

runi, Kyparito 36.27 

Caenina, Ciano 42.2 

C»euop6l\Sf Beneghdem.. 82.41 
Caenyi Prom., Punta 

del Pesuo 38.41 

CaepiOnis Tnrris, Chi- 

!>">«« 86.40 

Caere, for. Agylla, 

Oervetri. 42.1 

Caeretanns, Facet no.... 42,2 

Caesar's Bridge 50.25 

Caesar's Wall 46.10 

CaesaraugQsta, for. Sal- 

diiba, Saragoeea, 41.46 

Caesarea I., Jereey 49.14 

Caesarea, for. lol, Sher- 

•keU 36.37 

Caesarea, for. Maz&ca, 

Kaieariyeh 38.43 

Caesarea-Philippi, or 

Paneas, Baniae. 33.16 

CaesarSa, or Tingis, 

TangUr 35.47 

CaesarSa (for. Turris 

Stratonis ), JCa iiar%~ 

y«A 32.32 

Caesariana, Nagy Var- 

•ony 46.59 

Caesariana, Canalaova.. 40.12 
f^esarodQimm, aft. Tu- 

rones, T^w., ^^^ 47.23 



LO4MO. MAP. 



20.53' w 


5 


27.1 


14 


31.10 


24 


31.11 


24 


20.2 


15 


16.17 





30.50 


24 


12.12 


8 



18.51 
16.41 

15.32 
5.0 

21.50 

19.36 
10.18 
29.1 
10.20 



28.58 



29.40 


20 


6.3 


6 


4.51 


6 


63.35 


3 


7.23 


8 


30.57 


24 


26.52 


14 


22.40 


16 


15.5 


12 


14.57 


12 


29.35 


20 


29.0 


20 


1.28 


6 


49.0 


3 


29.17 


20 


10.40 


8 


16.30 


9 


16.30 


9 


13.20 


12 


43.16 


22 


22.27 


18 


12.48 


11 


21.25 


23 


15.40 


9 


6.25 w 


7 


12.3 


11 


12.4 


11 


7.30 


6 


6.0 


8 


0.54 w 


7 


2.10 w 


6 


2.12 


23 


39.15 


20 


35.42 


21 


5.48 w 


23 



34.54 

17.45 
15.35 

0.42 



14 
9 

9 
24 

14 

15 
23 
26 
23 



14 



21 

14 

8 

6 



r ■iN'BS. LAT. L09e. 

Caesaromagus, afb. Bol- 

lovaci, /?«owaw. 49^27' 2°.4' 

Caesaromftgus, n. Wid- 

ford 51.43 0.26 

Caesena, Ceeena 44.10 12.15 

Caete I., S. Theodoro... 35.32 23.56 
Caetdbrix, or Catobriga, 

Setubal 88.30 8.54 W 

Caicinos F., Amendolea 37.57 15.54 
Calcus F., Bakhir 

Tchai. 39.6 27.20 

Oaieta, &a«fa 41.12 13.34 

CaietEnus S., 0. of 

Oaeta. 41.14 13.37 

♦Cal&bri 40.30 18.0 

Calaote, or Cale Acte, 

Caronia 37.59 14.25 

CaladuDum ?... 41.10 7.14 w 

Calagum, Coulommiere,. 48.48 3.5 
Calagurris, St. Martory 43.9 0.57 
Calagurris • Fiboiaria? 

Loarre 42.20 0.30 V 

Calagurris Nassica, Ca- 

lahorra 42.15 2.1 W 

Cal&ma? 25.20 64.0 

Calama, Kalat el Wad.. 34.67 2.18 w 

Cal&mae, Kalami. 37.3 22.6 

Calamon, JTa/amtm 32.47 34.57 

Calamyde 35.15 23.34 

Galanthea, Erdemlu 36.36 34.21 

Oalasarna, Campana.... 39.25 16.51 
Calatia (Campana), (?a> 

lazM 41.3 14.19 

Calatia (Samnii), Cai- 

azMO 41.11 14.21 

Calauri'^a I., Poro 37.31 23.30 

Calbis F. ? Doloman 

Tchai. 36.50 28.55 

CnXcKXitLf Tadoaeter 53.53 1.15 w 

Calcaria. 43.29 5.16 

Cale, Opor*o 41.9 8.34 w 

Cale Aete, or Calacte, 

Caronia 37.59 14.25 

Cale Acte 38.23 24.0 

Caledonia, Scotland... 57.0 3.0 w 
Galentes Aquae, Ci&aucfes 

Aigvee 44.52 3.0 

CaleorsiRsa.....* 39.40 38.62 

Cales, Calvi 41.12 14.7 

Cales, or Calex F.? 41.8 31.20 

*Caletes, or CalSti 49.40 0.30 

♦Calingae 19.0 84.0 

Galingon Prom. ? (7a- 

Ungapatnam Pt , 18.14 24.16 

Callas F. 38.55 23.6 

Callatis, or Callatia, 

Kaeialia 43.41 28.36 

CallSva Atrebatum, SiU 

chetter... 61.22 1.4 W 

Calli&ruB, Plain of. 38..39 23.3 

Calliohdrus, Sunguldaik 41.28 31.50 

Callidrdmum 38.45 22.29 

Callidrdmus M 38.45 22.30 

Calligne, JSraMt<inne« 19.16 73.11 

Callifae, Calviei 41.19 14.25 

^alliga ? CdolloOf n. 

JCnttack «.. 20.26 85.52 

Callinicum, or Nice- 

phorium, Rakka 35.56 39.3 

Callinusa Pr., P. Porno 35.11 32.33 

CallipSlis, QaWpoli, 40.2 17.58 

Oallipdlis, Oallipoli 40.24 26.39 

Callipdlis? M. Maeeali.. 37.42 15.11 

Calllpus F., Sado 38.20 8.20 w 

GnllirheSe (Hot Springs), 

In WndyZurka Afnyn 31.39 35.40 
Gallirhoe, or Edessa 

(UroftheChaldees?), 

Urfah 37.10 38.50 

Cflllis, Cagii 43.32 12.39 

Calliiite I., or Thera, 

Santorin 36.25 25.28 

CalUstraOav Mereet 42.0 33.19 



MAP. 

6 

5 

8 

19 

7 
9 

19 



9 
9 

12 
7 
6 
6 



7 
3 

23 
18 
21 
19 
20 
9 

13 

13 

18 

19 
5 
6 
7 

12 

16 

2 

6 
20 

9 
20 

6 

2 

2 
15 

14 

5 
16 
20 
26 
16 
2 
9 



22 
20 

9 

19 
12 

7 

21 



22 

8 

19 
20 



IfAMCS. LAT. TJi^a. MJif. 

Callium 38o.40' 22M4' 15 

Calor F. (Lucania), 

Cfalore 40.30 15.10 

Calor F. (Samnium), 

Colore 41.0 14.57 

Calpe, Kirpeh Liman... 41.10 80.14 
Calpe, or Cartcia, El- 

BocadillOf n, San 

Roque 36.13 5.23 W 

Calpe M., Rock of Oib- 

raltar 36.8 5.20 ▼ 

Calpurniana, Buj'alanee 37.53 4.22 w 
Calybe, or Cabyle ? 

Kamabat 42.40 26.52 

Calycadnus Prom. ? 36.19 34.8 

Calyoadnus F., Ohieuk 

Su. 36.37 83.0 

Calj^don, Kurt-aga 38.24 21.34 

Calymna I., JCalimno... 37.0 27.0 

Calynda? 36.50 28.55 

Camala? Caetromudarra 42.35 4.55 w 
Camaracum, Cambray... 50.10 3.14 
Camarina, Camarana... 36.49 14.29 
Cam bes, (Trot Jrem5«.... 47.42 7.30 
Cambodanum? Slack... 53.39 1.51 w 
Camboricum ? Cam- 
bridge 52.12 0.8 

CambuniiM 40.0 21.50 

Cambtsknb 41.20 46.0 

Cambyses F., Jora 41.26 45.40 

Cameliom&gus, Cigomol 45.4 9.21 

Cameria, n. Jforicone... 42.8 12.47 

Gamerinum, Camerino„ 43.6 13.7 

Camicus ? n. Sieuliana.. 37.19 13.24 
Camicus F., Fiume delle 

Canne 37.20 13.24 

Camirus? Kamera 36.10 27.46 

Camisa, Keimee 39.45 37.26 

Camisrnb 39.50 37.30 

Campania 41.0 14.15 

Campanus, Puteol&nus, 

or Cum&nus S., B. of 

Naples 40.40 14.10 

Campi Falisci 42.20 12.16 

Campi Vet«re8, Vietri.. 40.35 15.30 

Campodflnum, Kempten 47.43 10.20 

Campus Maerae 37.34 22.27 

CampjPlus F., Med- 

ghova 38.53 21.35 

CamulodQnum, or Colo- 

nia, Colchester 51.53 0.53 

*Gamuni 46.6 10.18 

Can a, Kana eUJeleel... 32.49 35.18 

Cana? Hien Ohoraub..., 14.0 48.24 

Candles, Le Pilelle 40.34 16.53 

Canalicum, Carearo 44.22 8.17 

Canaria I., Orand Co- 

nary 28.0 15.30 w 

♦Canarii 27.0 12.0 w 

Canasida? Ra» Tanka.. 25.22 59.54 
Gana^traeum Prom., C. 

Paliouri 39.55 23.46 

Canate? Kungoon 25.30 59.13 

Canatha, Kunawat 32.48 36.45 

Gandalicae? 46.55 14.26 

Gandavia. 41.16 20.20 

GandaviaM 41.20 20.34 

Gandidiana, Sooreanlar 44.4 26.45 
Gandldum Prom., C. 

Bianco 87.20 9.47 

Candjfba, Oendevar. 36.19 29.40 

Cane, or Canae, Aja- 

noe 39.2 26.51 

CanSthus? //a7;o/£:<ira. 

baba 38.26 23.37 

Gangan5rum Prom., 

Braich-y-PwU 62.48 4.47 w 

Canine I., Attola^ or 

Sungadeep 25.6 63 50 

Cannae, Canne 41.18 16.9 

Cannarum Pr., C. Qui- 

fatee, or Rae Kirat... 35.20 8.38 W 

^Canninefates 51.55 4»30 

(42) 



VAMIS. LAT. 

CanSbas, or CanSpus? 

r. n. Aboukir 31°.22' 

C&noniuai, n. Kelvedon 61.50 
CanoplcMouth (of Nile), 

3/adieh Mouth 31.21 

*C&nt&bri... .•....*•• 43.15 

Cantanus, r. n, Kha- 

dro9 35.15 

Cantharium Prom., 0. 

Kataba»it 37.44 

Canthi S., O, of Cuteh.. 22.30 

•Cantii 51.10 

Candlia, ChantelU 46.15 

CxifTinv, Kent ;. 51.10 

Cantium Prom., North 

Foreland 51.23 

Canasium, Canoea 41.12 

Capara, Ventru of« (7a- 

pana 40.10 

Caparcotia, Ke/r Kood 32.27 

CapSna, S. Martina. 42.12 

Capenaa F. ? Grammi- 

chia 42.13 

Capernaum ? Khan Min^ 

yeh 32.54 

Caphar«dagoD, Beit' 

dejan 32.0 

Caphareus Prom., C. 

DorOf or Xylofago.,,, 38.9 
Capbarsaba (Anttp&- 

tris), Kefr Saba 32.13 

Caphyae 39.45 

Captdava? 44.24 

Capitium, Capizxi 37.49 

Capitolias ? 32.44 

Capitoniana? Ckieta di 

Capella 37.24 

Capitulum, 11 Piglio..,. 41.49 

Cappadocia 38.20 

Capp&dox F.7 Kaliehi- 

•n 89.20 

Capraria (or Caaperia) 

I.? Fortaventura 28.30 

Capraria I.? Oomera,.,, 28.10 
Capraria, or AegiloD I., 

Capraja .'. 43.2 

Capraria I., Cabrera,,., 39.5 

Cnprasia, Tareia 39.35 

Capreae. Capri. 40.33 

Caprus F., Little Zab.,., 35.30 
Caprus L, Ka/kana, or 

Libiada 40.37 

Cnptsa, Gha/tah 34.15 

Caftua, Santa Maria di 

Cnpwz 41.6 

Capat Anao, Oea la 

Montiel. 39.0 

Capat Thyrai, Orune,., 40.19 
Caput Vada (or Bra- 

chSdes Pr.), O. Ka- 

poudiah 35.10 

Caput Vada, r. on C. 

Kapoudiah 35.10 

*Carncate8 • 49.45 

*Caraceni 41.45 

Cnrae, Cari^na 41.25 

Caralie, Oagliari 39.13 

CaralitSnum Pr.( Pliny), 

C. Cnrbonara 89.6 

Caralitanum Pr. (Pto- 
lemy), C, S. Eliae,,., 89.11 
CaraUt2naB S., G. of 

Cngjiari 39.5 

Carnlitia L., L. of Bey~ 

•hehr 37.46 

Cnralitis L., ^urt 

Ghienl 37.5 

Carallia, Kereli 37.56 

Carnrabia Prom., C, 

Kerembeh 42.1 

Parana, or TheodosiS- 

polia, Erzeronm 39.55 

CaraDicom, OuitetU,,,.. 43.10 



LOVO. 


MAP 


30O.6' 
0.42 


24 
6 


80.7 
4.30 V 


24 

7 


23.40 


19 


26.36 

70.0 

0.45 

8.10 

0.40 


19 
3 
5 
6 
6 


1.26 
16.4 


6 

9 


6.5 w 
85.14 • 
12.32 


7 
21 
11 


12.32 


11 


85.33 


21 


84.61 


21 


24.35 


15 


34.59 

22.17 

28.3 

14.28 

35.59 


21 
18 
14 
12 
21 


14.44 

13.7 

36.0 


12 
11 
20 


34.0 


20 


14.0 w 
17.50 w 


2 

2 


9.50 

2.55 

16.16 

14.13 

43.48 


8 
7 
9 

13 
22 


23.49 
8.54 


16 
23 


14.14 


13 


2.60 w 
9.22 


7 
9 



11.10 



11.10 

8.0 
14.10 

1.8 w 

9.7 


23 
6 
9 
7 
9 


9.31 


9 


9.9 


9 


9.16 


9 


31.45 


20 


29.55 
31.45 


20 
20 


33.14 


20 


41.19 
7.61 w 


22 
7 



23 



VAHEt. LAT. 

CarantSnns F., Cha- 

rente 45®.45' 

Carasa, Garie 43.20 

Caravi, Mallen 41.69 

Carbantia (Ad Medias)? 

Cabiano 45.6 

Carbantorigum, Kirk- 
cudbright 64.50 

Carbia, Alghero 40.33 

Carcaso, Carcaeeonne.,. 43.13 
Carcatbiocerta, Khar- 

poot 38.42 

Carcayinm, Almodoftar 

del Campo 38.48 

CarchSdon, or Oarthftgp, 

r. n. El-3feraa 36.52 

Cardamj^le, Kardamili 88.32 
Cardamj^le, Skardha- 

muta 36.64 

Cardia, Caridia 40.32 

•Cardnchi, or CorduCni 37.15 

Careiae, Galera 42.3 

Carbmitis 39.43 

Carentomagus ? ViUe- 

franehe 44.22 

Carksbne 40.0 

CarSsusF 39.55 

Caria 37.15 

Carina, Kirriud 34.19 

Cariasa 40.24 

Cariatum, Caroeio 44.39 

Carm&laa F., Churma 

Su 38.15 

Carmana, Kermaun 29.50 

Carmahia 30.0 

Carmel, Kurmul, 81.27 

CarmSIus M., Jebel Mar 

Eliaa 82.50 

Carmo, Carmona 37.28 

Carnasium, or Oechalia 37.16 

*Cami 46.12 

CuTmonY.fXerilla 37*17 

Carnuntum, r. n. Hain- 

berg 48.9 

CarnQtes, Chartret 48.26 

*CarnQU8 48.0 

Caroeotinum, Harjleur., 49.30 

Carpasia, Carpaa 35.39 

Carp&tes Mons, Carpa- 
thian M. 48.0 

Carpathium Mare 36.0 

Carp&thoa I., Scar- 
panto 85.40 

*Carpet&ni 40.0 

♦Carpi 49.40 

Carpif, Kurbee Zfi.lb 

Carrea Potentia, Chieri 45.1 
Carrhae (Haran ?), Har- 

ran 86.52 

Carruca? 36.66 

Carsagia, Bagdetachor.,, 39.68 
Carsedli, CivitOf n. Car- 

eoli 42.6 

Carsfilae, Careoli. 42.40 

Carsum? 44.31 

CarlSia, or Calpe, EU 
Boeadillo, n. San 

Boque 36.13 

Cartenna, Tettneu. 86.30 

Cartennua F., Wady 

Tennen 86.28 

Cartbaea, Port Polaie... 37.33 
Cartbaginiensia 8., G, 

of Tunie 37.0 

Cartbftgo (or Carcb6- 

don), r. fi. El-Merea 36.62 
Carthago Nova, Carta- 
gena 37.36 

Cartilia? Dahmouue.,,, 36.34 

Carula. 37.32 

Carusa, Oereeh 41.48 

CaryaneaaM.? 46.25 

Caryae 37.60 



LOKO. MAP. 



0®.30'W 
1.2 w 
1.25 w 

8.25 

4.1 w 

8.16 

2.21 

89.18 

4.30 w 



10.18 


23 


26.6 


19 


22.15 


18 


26.45 


19 


43.0 


22 


12.16 


11 


41.0 


22 


2.2 


6 


27.10 


19 


27.15 


19 


28.30 


20 


46.28 


22 


36.30 


20 


8.46 


8 


36.40 


20 


66.28 


3 


68.0 


3 


86.10 


21 


86.0 


21 


6.33 w 


7 


22.2 


18 


14.0 


8 


22.8 


18 


16.58 


14 


1.29 


6 


1.80 


6 


0.11 


6 


84.29 


20 


24.86 


14 


27.0 


19 


27.10 


19 


3.30 w 


7 


23.0 


25 


10.33 


23 


7.49 


8 


89.2 


22 


4.54 w 


7 


89.21 


20 


13.1 


11 


12.32 


8 


28.5 


14 


6.23 


7 


1.20 


23 


1.20 


23 


24.21 


19 


10.80 


23 


10.18 


23 


0.56 w 


7 


1.47 


23 


6.20 w 


7 


85.15 


20 


15.0 


14 


22.20 


18 



6 
6 
7 

8 

6 
9 
6 

22 



NAMV8. LAT. lAOtQ* KAV, 
Caryae, Khan of Kre- 

vata 37*'.12' 22<»JZ6' IS 

Caryanda? 87.8 27.37 19 

CarystuB, Karyeto 38.1 24.26 16 

Caryetus (Laoonia), 

Kalgvia of Geor- 

gitzi, 37.18 22.19 U 

Casae, Zoarah, or Ea- 

ioarah 82.64 12.4 28 

Casae Caeaari&nae, S, 

Giovanni 43.86 1L84 8 

Casae Cal^enti, Ain 

Fouka 36.38 2.42 28 

Caseantum, CaaeanU,,, 42.2 1.40 w 7 

Casia Rboio 1 

Casilinum, Capua 41.7 1412 18 

Casinnm, San Germano 41.30 18.60 9 

CasiOtis 36.30 86.0 20 

Casinm? .; 31.4 82.64 24 

Casias, or CaesioB F., 

Koi-aou 48.0 46.62 22 

Casias Mods, Jebel 

Okrah 86.66 86.0 20 

Casius Mons, C, Kane- 

roon, or EUKatieK,., 81.8 82.61 24 

CasmSnae? Seieli, 86.47 14.43 12 

Cases I., Caxo 85.23 26.66 19 

Cases, Polin m.... 36.26 26.66 19 

Caspat^ms? 34.40 78.16 8 

Caspeira, CaMhmere 84.7 74.48 8 

Casperia, or Caprari* 

1.7 Fortaventura 28.30 14.0 w 2 

Casperia, Aapra, „.„„., 42.23 12.43 11 

Caspia, Kaaapi,, 41.57 44.28 22 

Caspia, Kadun SeraJ,,,. 87.33 82.44 *20 
Caspiae, or Albaniae 

Pylae, Pota of Der- 

bend 42.0 48.16 22 

Caspiae Pylae, P<ua of 

Gaduk 86.50 62.66 8 

Caspiene 39.0 47.30 22 

Caspium, or Hyrcftnum, 

Mare, Caapian Sea,,. 40.0 62.0 8 
Cassandria (Potidaea), 

Pinaka 40.11 23.20 16 

•Cassi 61.46 0.30 w 8 

Cassinom&gas, Chaaae- 

non 46.61 0.46 8 

•Cassiopaei 89.7 20.40 16 

Cassi$pe(Chaonia)? 89.61 20.2 16 

Ca8si5pe( Corey ra),Jra«- 

aopo „ 89.48 19.66 16 

Cassiterldea Ins., Scilly 

lalanda 49.56 6.20 6 

CassOpe, n. JSToma- 

Hna 89.9 20.40 18 

Castab&la? r. n. Vemxr 

Kapu 36.64 86.68 28 

Cast&mon, Kaetamuni.. 41.20 83.64 "28 

Castellum 44.7 11.38 8 

Castellam Amertnam... 42.28 12.22 11 
Castellum FirmanOrum, 

Porto di Fermo 43.11 13.47 8 

Castellum MenapiQnim, 

Keaael 6L19 6.3 8 

Castellum MorinOmm, 

Caaael 60.48 2.29 8 

Castellum Tingitii? 86.50 1.26 28 

Castellam Traiftni, Caa- 

tel 60.0 8.18 8 

Casthanaea? 39.22 23.11 16 

Castorum 45.6 10.19 8 

Castra Caecilia, Cacerea 89.26 6.14 w 7 
Castra Constantia, Cbu- 

tancea. 49.4 1.26 w 8 

Castra Cornelia^ Ghel- 

lah 37.4 10.4 28 

Castra £xplorat5rum, 

Netherby 65.2 2.64 W 6 

Castra Hannib&Iis 38.63 16.34 9 

Castra Julia, Trurilh.. 39.24 6.48 w 7 

CastraNova? J&^ JTo/aA 35.32 0.21 28 

Castra PuerSrum 7 35.34 1.11 w 28 

(48J 



VAWBI. LAT. Leva. MAP, 

CMtn Pyrrhi? Otfa- 

nin^^ 40M0' 20«.61' 

CMtraTnOAoa. 44.43 2414 

Gastrimoniam, J/art no.. 41.47 12.41 
OMtarnm Cepha? Sotn 

Kaxfa 37.43 41.6 

Oastrum Inni? 41.32 12.32 

CMtram Minervae, (ku- 

fro 40.0 18.26 

Oaatram Noyam, Torv 

di Chiarueeia. 42.2 11.48 

Oastram Noram, Oiulia 

nova 42.46 13.58 

Oaatrnm Truendoam, 

Porto (TAMeoli 42.55 13.53 

Gaattllo/ Canlona 38.1 3.45 W 

Casaaiia, Ottarieux 45.47 6.14 

CaaaentuB F., Gotten to.. 40.34 16.20 
CasjBtes? Port Latzata, 

or Bgrylar, 38.15 26.25 

Catabathmui Mi^or, 

Akabah •l-Kthir 31.30 25.0 

Catabathmiu Minor, 

Akahah f-Soughair., 31.0 27.45 

CataokoaumXnb... 38.35 28.50 

Cataea L, Ktithf or 

Kenn 26.32 54.0 

*Catalaoni 48.50 4.30 

Cataonia 38.0 86.30 

Cataract (of Nile), 

Greater, Wady Haifa 21.58 31.10 
Oararaot (of Nile), 

little 24.0 32.55 

Cataraotoniam, Caito- 

Hok Bridge 54.23 1.38 w 

CatarrhaoteB F., Sud- 

two, or ZuzMura 35.2 25.20 

•Cathaei 30.30 74.0 

Catlna, or Cat&na, Oa- 

tania. 87.27 15.3 

Catobriga, or Caetdbriz, 

Setubal 38.30 8.54 w 

*Oatti, or Chatli 50.45 10.0 

^Catdgaraf Cant^tn 23.10 113.15 

Catariges,^ar-/e-Z?ttc... 48.45 6.10 

•Caturigea 44.40 6.20 

CatQsiaoum, Chaoura,.,. 40.42 4.0 

•Catyeuohlani 52.O 0.35 w 

Cauoa, Ooea 41.14 4.28 w 

Gaaoaaa? Porto Longo- 

Ixirdo^ 86.46 14.34 

Gaac&sa Prom. ? C. 

Amiata 88.16 25,53 

Cancaaiae Pylae, Pata 

of Daritl 42.44 44.41 

Gaac&sm M 42.30 45.0 

*CaD0i, or CbattoL 53.20 9.0 

♦CaacCnea 41.25 32.0 

Oaadinm ?. 41.3 14.34 

OwlXoix f 38.27 16.30 

Caunaa? 36.50 28.40 

Cauaf SariUna, 41.45 o.9 ▼ 

Cm*. ; 37.43 22.0 

CauaoDnae, Aneaater,,., 53.0 0.31 w 

♦Cavarea 44.30 4.50 

Oaviolum, Almuneear,,, 86.45 3.45 yr 

Cayatri Pedion ? 38.4O 3K2 

Gayatnu F., Kuehouk 

Mandere 33.8 28.0 

Cea, or Ceoa, L, Zaa.,., 37.35 24.20 

Ceba, Oeva, 44.14 s.l 

OebrCoe, r, «. Bora" 

mitack,,... 89.49 26.41 

Cebma, or Ciambnxa F., 

Zibru, or Zibritza 43.30 23.25 

Gebnia, or Cibrua, Zibru 

Palanka 43.47 23..30 

Ceeandroa I., Buaheab.. 26.48 53.20 

Ceoilionieam? 40.38 5.57 w 

Cecryphaleia I., JTyro.. 37.42 23.16 

Cedria F., Oadrino 40.18 9.30 

Geladuaaae I"., Melada, 

^« 44.15 14.50 



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0.11 
10.20 

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IfA.Mr.8. LAT. Loxa. 

Gelaenae, r. n. Dinetr.^ 38^.3' 30<'.14' 

Celoia, OilU 46.15 15.18 

GelendSrie, CheUndreh,, 36.9 33.22 

CMtmm, Kaatoria 40.38 21.23 

Geltoa? ft. 8, Lueia^„. 46.1 12.32 
Celiua Mona, JTe/Zmuns.. 48.6 10.10 

CelOnae? Strwan 33.30 46.37 

Gelsa (Colnnia Viotrix 

Julia), Xtlaa 41.26 0.28 w 

•Oeltee 47.30 2.0 

Colli? 37.48 5.30 w 

•Oeltiberi 41.0 1.35 w 

.♦Celtlci 37.45 6.0 w 

CelUeum Prom. ? O, 

FiniMerre 

Cenaeum Prom., C. 

LUhada, 

Ceochreae (Argcia),7'a- 

laa Skajidhaki 

Cencbreae (Corinthia), 

Kekhriea 

Ceneta, Ceueda 

*CenimBgni 

Cenion F. ? Falmoutk 

Bay 

Ceno, Rudera 

Cenomani, La Mana. 

*Cenomani.... » 

Centiit«a F., Bohtan 

Tckai 

^Centrones 

jjCentam-cellae, Civita 

Vecchia 

Centurlpae (or Centn- 

rlpa), Centorbi 37.35 14.45 

Ceo8, or Cea, I., Zea,... 37.35 24.20 

Cepaaiae, J^reaiano, 45.46 12.16 

Coperaria, Kefr Urieh.. 31.46 34.59 
Ceph&lae Prom., Baa 

Miaratah 

Cephallenia I., Cephtk- 

lonia 38.15 20.30 

Cepbaloedium, Cefnlu.., 38.0 14.2 
Gepbeiaia, or Cephisia, 

Cephisflis, or Copals L., 

Z. Topoliaa 38.25 23.5 

Cephissus F. (Argolis).. 37.44 22.33 

Cephisaaa F. (Attica)... 38.3 23.44 
Cepbissua F. (Attica), 

Sarandaforo 38.9 23.30 

CephiB5ua F. (Boeotia).. 38.30 22.52 
Cerami'^ou8y or Doria 

S., O. of Koa 36.55 27.45 

Cer&maa? Karamo 37.2 27.59 

Cerisua 41.4 39.17 

Cer&ta M., Karata:, 38.3 23.27 

•Ceraunii 40.10 19.40 

CeraaaioB M., Tetrani,^ 37.22 21.58 

Cerbalua F., Cervaro,,., 41.20 15.30 

Cercaa ».... 38.23 2.3..36 

CercaaSra, EI-Arkaa..,, 30.5 31.13 

Cercetiam M., Khaaaia 39.30 21.29 
Cercidiua F.? Fiume di 

Porto 

Cercina I. (Cyraunis?), 

Ramlah 

Ceroinitis, or Praaiaa, 

L., Takhyno 40.55 23.50 

Ceroinitia L, Qherbnh,., 34.38 11.0 

Cerdylium M 40.48 23.48 

Ceres, Temple of. 37.35 22.27 

Ceresiua L., Logo di 

Lugano 

Cferessus, PaUopana- 

' ghia 38.12 23.6 

Ceretapa? Chardak 37.51 29.45 

Cerfennia, ColVArmeno 42.4 13.38 

Cerillae, Cirella 39.38 15.52 

Cerinthus 38.49 23.30 

Ccrne? Arguin 20.30 16.35 w 

Ceronin, Kyrenia 35.21 33.20 

•Cerretani 42.15 1.40 



38.6 23.40 



42.15 8.45 
34.45 11.15 



45.58 9.0 



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3rA.VBg. LAT. lAMO. VA.F. 

Certba? „ 320.37' »4<».56' 

Cervaria, C.Cervera 42.26 3.11 

Ceryciam M 38.19 23.32 

Ceryni^a... 38.11 22.8 

Cerynitea F., ^oibAtwta 38.8 22.6 

Ceaada? Brihuega. 40.44 2.60 w 

Cessero, St. Tiberi. 43.27 3.26 

Cestiae, Citzango 45.7 8.8 

Ce8tria( Ilium, urTroja), 

PaUa Venetia 39.34 20.23 

CbstrIns 39.40 20.30 

Ceatrus F., Ak Su 37.15 30.45 

Cetaria? Torra di Sco- 

pello 38.5 12.49 

Cetium? 48.19 .16.10 

Cetius F., Bergamo 

Tchai 39.15 27.20 

Cetius Mona, Wiener 

Wald. 48.0 15.52 

Cevenna M., Cevennea.„ 44.20 3.30 
CbabSraa (Chebar) F., 

Khabour 36.30 40.30 

Cbaerenm 7 El-Keroui^ 31.5 30.21 

Cbaeroneia, ITapitnMi... 38.29 22.50 
Cbala (Halab?), Sar 

Puli Zohab 34.32 46.8 

Cbalaenm, Lamaki, 38.27 22.26 

Cbalasar, or Artemlta, 

Shen'ban^^ 3.^.58 44.56 

Chalastra. 40.33 22.41 

ChaJcedon, Kadikaui,,, 40.59 29.2 
Cbalcerltia L (Aretiaa), 

Karaaunt Ada 40.56 38.27 

Chalcia, or Cbaloe L, 

Karki 36.14 27.35 

CralcidTcb 40.21 23.20 

CbalcidIcb 35.56 37.0 

Chalcia? 37.57 22.40 

Cbalcia ad Belam ? 

Majdel Anjar, 33.46 85.54 

Chalcia (Aetolia), Ovrt'o. 

kattro 88.22 21.39 

Chalcia (Epinta), Kka-. 

liki. 39.44 21.18 

Chalcia (Euboea), 

Egripoy or Nagropont 38.26 23.37 
Chalcis (Syria), JSTtnnaa- 

raen 85.52 87.5 

Chaldaka 31.0 46.0 

Chaldaean Lakea, 

Marahea of Lemloom 31.30 46.15 
Ghaldono Prom., Baa 

eULur 29.21 48.1 

Chalia? Chalia 38.17 23.31 

ChalomItis 84.36 46.0 

Chalua F., Nahr JSTo- 

tpeik 36.10 37.6 

♦Chaljfbea 40.45 37.30 

♦Chalj^bea...f 40.10 41.0 

Chnlybon, or Beroea, 

Aleppo 36.12 87.11 

ChalybonTtib 36.15 37.30 

♦Chamavi 51.50 8.0 

Cbammnnene 39.20 34.0 

Chaon M. 87.35 22.40 

OnAONiA 39.50 20.10 

^Ckaracitani 40.15 2.45 w 

Chara'dra, or Charal 

dras, Bogna 89.11 20.51 

Cbaradra, j^Nvn/a 38.37 22..32 

Charadriae, Vatopedki,, 40.18 24.13 

Charadrua, JCharadran 36.6 32.30 
Char&drua F. (Acbaia), 

Biver of Valvitza 88.15 21.49 

Chara drna F. ( ArgoHs), 

Xeriaa 37.38 22.40 

Cbaradma F. (Attica), 

Marnthona 38.11 23.50 

Char&draa F. (CyDuria), 

Kami 37.20 22.45 

Chara^drua F. (Bpirua), 

Bogna, or Biver ^ 

St, George^ 39.10 20.46 

(44) 



RAHVS. . LAT. LONO. 

CharSrdraB F. (Messe- 

nia) 37M5' 22».0' 

Cbarax (Kir of Moab), 

Kerak 31.16 35.46 

Charaz-spasini? Jfo- 

lianimerak 80.23 48J5 

Charidemi Prom., C, de 

Gata 36.43 2.11 if 

Cbarmande ?... 83.29 42.58 

Charybdis.^ t 38.11 15.35 

•Cbasuarii 61.30 8.0 

*Chatramotitae, Coaat 

of Hadramattt 16.0 60.0 

•Chatti, or Catti 50.45 10.0 

*Cbaaci, or GaucL 53.20 0.0 

Cbebar F. (or GbabO. 

nu), Khahour. 36.30 40.30 

Ghciinarrbus F 37.35 22.40 

Gheimerium Prom., C. 

Varlam 39.20 20.18 

Gbelidoniao I**., CeU' 

tioni, or Skelidan 86.9 30.26 

GbeloDitea Prom., C. 

Torue^e 37.64 21.7 

Gheljdoria M., Mavron 

Oro9 88.2 22.26 

Gheinrois, EkKmim 26.32 31.46 

Cbersonesiu^ (Japo Teu- 

ladn^.r, 38.52 8.37 

Chersonesus, Khertone' 

•ot 85.17 25.21 

GnBRSOXSSUSClVBRiOA, 

Jutland..,,^ 57.0 9.0 

GhersonS^us Magna, 

Bat et-Tyn 32.35 23.12 

ChersonSsus Pr. (Aeto- 

lia), Point Bakari..., 38.17 21.31 
ObersonSsuB Pr. (Greta), 

C. Keronin. 36.27 28.32 

Cber8one9U8 Pr. (Ea- 

boea), C. Oktonia 38.31 24.12 

Ghbrsonbsds Rhodio- 

RUM 36.40 28.10 

CnERSONesus (Thha- 

oiCA) 40.20 26.30 

•Gherusd 61.30 11.30 

Gbtmaera, Kimera 40.4 19.46 

Chimaera M., Yanar,,, 36.26 30.29 
Chinalaph F., Shellif.,. 35.52 1.0 

CbioB, Ka9trOy or Khio,, 38.22 26.9 

Ghios I., Khio, or Scio.. 38.25 26.0 

ChXisXl Akhlat 38.46 42.5 

GboMpoB F. (Ariana), 

^trer of Ghitmee 34,0 68.50 

CboaspeB F. (Sasiana), 

K'erkhah 33.0 47.-^5 

ChoatraaM 37.30 44.30 

Gboba ? BoHJayah, or 

Bougie 36.46 5.9 

CbobuB, or Cobibos F., 

Chopin 42.20 41.50 

Choer&des I**., S, Pietro 

€ S. Paulo 40.26 17.8 

CboeriusF 36.57 22 12 

Choea F.? Alitkung 35.10 70.15 

Cholle? Ain tl-Koom.,. 35.10 88.44 
Cballidae, Orotto of the 

Nymphs, n. VoW 37.52 23.48 

Choma?. 36.34 29.51 

•Choraamii 42.0 67.0 

Chorazin, Oerazi 82.67 35.34 

ChoriSnesy Fortresa of? 

Hiviary or Shadman^ 38.10 69.0 

Choraa, Aar« -...40.37 43.9 

Choraeua F., Nahr Ko» 

radje, or El-Belka..,. 82.40 35.0 

Chorzbxb 40.30 43.10 

Chrysa I.. Oardero, 84.51 25.41 

Chrjaas F., Dittaino,,,. 37.31 14.40 

Ohryeo 39.35 26.56 

Chryse, or Smintbium.. 39.38 26.10 

Chryaoceraa 41.1 28.58 

riiryaopolia, Scutari,. .. 4I.0 29.1 



MAP. VAHSg. 

n Cbryfloa P., Ninji Tehai 



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Gbryaorrboaa F., Wady 

Burada 

Gbydaa F., Furiano 

Gbytri 

Gbytraa, Kythrea 

Giambma, or Gebrua F., 

Zibntf or Zihritzn 

Gi&DUB S., 0, of Mou' 

danxa 

Glb&lae, n. Vtnkovxe.,,,, 
Gibianum, Hermanttadt 
Gibrus, or Gebma, Zihru 

Palanka 

Gib5^ra, Chormm, or 

Horzoom 

Gibj^ra 

Gicae I"., /. de Bayona, 

or Ciee. 

Giciliana. 

*Gic5ne8 

GiovnStbna I., Palea 

trikerx 

Gidarois? Ohadami» 

Gierium (Aroe), Mata- 

rangd 

GiSnxs, or Pruaiaa, 

Uikuh, or E»ki Bagh 

*GiIbiani 

GilerDum, Walvn'ek 

Cheetere 

GiLiciA (Pbdias, or 

Gavpbstrib) 

GiLiciA (Trachbia) 

GiliconnSsua I., Hoirat 

Kaleh Adatei, 

Giliia, JTtW* 

Gilla 

Gillae, Kialik 

Gilni&na, Ettepona 

Cimama (or Gorj^cua) 

Pr., C. Bueo 

^Gimbri 

Gimbrianae? Veszprim,, 
Gimbr5rum Prom., The 

Skaw€ 

GfMIATENB 

GimTnus Lacua, Lago di 

Vieo 

Gimlnua M., Monte di 

Viterho 

*Gimmerii 

GimOloa, Datkalio 

Gim5loa I., Kimolo, or 

Argentiera 

Gin&roa I., Kinaro 

Ginfpi F., Cinca 

GiDgilia ? Oivita Be- 

tenga 

Gingiilum, Cingoli 

Ginium, Sin«u 

GinnaroomifSra Regio... 

GinniSna, Ciurana 

GinSlia, Kinolu.., 

Ginypa, or Gin5^pbuB F., 

Wady Khahan 

Ginypa (town) 

Giroaeum Pr., Monte 

Cireello 

GircSii, San Felice, on 

Monte Cireello 

Gircea Tcmplum 

Giroeaium(Garcbemi8b), 

Eerkimyeh 

Gireua F.? 

Girphia M., Somaleai..,, 
Girpi Man«io ? Ftte- 

grad 

Girrba, Magnla.., 

Girta, afV- Gonatantina, 

Conetantineh 

Girtisa 

Giaamua, Kulvyee. 



LAT. LONO. 

88«.28' 27<».35' 

33.38 36.15 

88.1 14.32 

38.47 22.28 
35.16 83.30 

48.80 23.25 

40.25 29.0 

45.16 18.53 

45.48 24.7 

43.47 28.30 

37.12 29.31 

86.43 81.40 

42.10 8.53 w 
38.33 8.42 w 

41.5 25.10 

39.9 23.5 

30.40 10.25 

39.23 22.8 

40.50 81.21 

38.8 28.20 



66.2 



0.8 w 



87.0 35.30 

36.30 83.30 

41.6 37.44 

36.43 37.9 

39.36 27.0 
42.3 25.25 
36.26 6.7 w 

35.37 23.35 
65.0 9.0 
47.6 17.58 

57.43 10.40 

41.0 84.0 

42.20 12.10 

42.41 12.8 

86.47 24.34 

86.48 • 24.36 
36.58 26.18 

42.16 0.12 

• 

42.12 13.42 

43.23 13.13 

39.39 3.3 

10.0 60.0 

42.12 2.58 

40.57 34.14 

32.30 14.24 

32.30 14.24 

41.12 13.4 



41.12 
41.12 



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13.3 



35.9 40.30 
38.34 23.39 
38.26 22.36 



47.48 
38.26 



19.0 
22.26 



3619 6.35 
45.15 18.38 
36.26 24.12 



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KAHES. 

GieSmna, Kieamoe, 

Giaaa I., Pago..X 

G188IA 

Giaterna Neronia, Cie- 

tema 

Giathene 

Gitbaeron M., Elatia..., 

Gitium, Khiti 

Gium, Hirechova •, 

Giua, Kemlik 

Gladeua F 

VyiamDoio ......... ......... 

Glania F., Chiana 

GlaniuB F., Lagno 

Glaropetia, or Lampetia, 

Amantea 

Glaroa, Zilleh 

Glaatidium, Caeteggio,., 

Giaterna, Quaderna 

Glaudanam? Oehrida,,, 

Glaudiaa, Alievhin 

GlandiopSlis, Moot, 

Glaudiopdlia, for. Bitby- 

niuro? Boli 

Glaudua, or Glaude, I., 

Goto 

Glausala F., IChiri, or 

Drinoeei ..- 

Glauaentum, Bittern, ». 

Southampton 

Glauatra Rom&na, n. 

Fogliano 

GlavenoB, Chiavenna,,, 
GlaxomSnae, KeHeman,* 

Gleidea I., Klidee 

Gleitor 

Gle6nae (Macedonia)... 
GleSnae (PeloponnS- 

aua), Klenee 

GleOnae (Pbocia) 

Gleop&tria, or ArsinSe... 

Gleaaia F., Chieea 

Climax, Tachideh 

GlimberriB, aft Auaci, 

Auch 

Gliternia, Licchiano 

Glitumni Templum and 

F., la Vene 

Glodiana? 

Glodianua F., Fluvia,... 
Glota Aeatuarium, Firth 

of Clyde 

Glnana, S, Elpidio 

Glunia, r, n. CoruHa del 

Cotide 

Glu^Tna Palua 

Glusiam, Chiuei 

Clufo F., Chieeone, or 

Clueone 

Glypda, or Aspia, JTa^t- 

bia 

GlypSa, or Aapia Prom. 

(Tapbytia), Bae el- 

Ifelhr 

Glyama? Tell KoU 

zonm 

Gnemidea 

Gnemidea Prom., C, 

Vromo 

Gnemia M 

Gnidaa. r. n. C, Krio.,,, 

Gnopia? 

Gnosaaa, 3fakro Teikho 

Cobucla, Peeeadoree 

Gncnia? 

Goccinm, or Rhigodu- 

nnm, Bihche»ier 

Guohlearia, Porto Saba- 

(iuo 

Gocinthum Prom., C, 

Stilo 

Goeintum, Stilo 

•CocosStGB 



LIT. l^KQ, VAP. 



36«.3f 2SO.40' 
44.28 15.0 
82.6 48.20 



41.35 
39.26 
38.11 
34.49 
44.40 
40.25 
33.10 
44.27 
42.58 
41.2 

39.12 

38.0 

45.1 

41.27 

41.11 

38.25 

36.36 



41.21 

46.18 
38.28 
85.42 
87.54 
40.12 

87.49 

38.37 
30.3 
45.30 
41.56 

43.39 
41.55 

42.51 

41.8 
42.10 

65.60 
43.14 

41.43 
43.20 
43.4 

44.55 

86.60 



38.46 
38.40 
36.41 
38.23 
35.20 
35.16 
25.25 



12.58 

26.53 

23.15 

33.36 

28.0 

29.12 

21.39 

15.44 

12.0 

14.6 

16.3 
27.14 

9.7 
11.32 
20.47 
38.55 
33.18 



40.42 81.47 
34.51 24.6 

42.10 .19.58 
60.66 1.22 w 



12.59 
9.24 
26.48 
34.37 
22.7 
24.14 

22.47 
22.55 
S2.U 
10.25 
33.4 

0.35 
15.17 

12.48 

19.52 

2.40 

4.55 w 
13.41 

8.20 ir 
11.51 
11.58 

7.14 

11.8 



36.52 11.9 

29.58 32.30 
38.46 22.48 



22.49 
22.45 
27.24 
23.28 
25.10 
4.45 w 
66.0 



53.49 2.31 w 

40.48 9.40 

38.29 16.37 
38.32 16.30 
44.0 1.0 w 
(45) 



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VAITBS. LAT. 

Ooeassas, or Caensns, 

Oogtyn. 38o.7' 

Coc^tus F., Vuvo 39.17 

Codanus S., Kattegat.,,, 57.0 

Coela 38.35 

Coelk-Stria, El-Bu- 

kaOf Ae 34.15 

Coelia, CegJie 41.4 

Cuelianum, Stigliano ,„ 40-25 

CoeHum, Ceglie 40.39 

Coenyra? Kyuira 40.50 

Cooquoea, Caut^ique 43.59 

Coeas F. (6alyra),i/at7- 

rozHtnono 37.15 

CogfitDueF 38.28 

Cnhibus, or Cbubus, F., 42.15 
Coidza(CjiKa), (7Ao«5ar 25.10 

Colania, Lanark 55.41 

•Colchi 40.50 

Colchis 42.0 

Culiacum Prom 

Colchicus S. 

Coliaa Pr., Tritpyrgi,,., 37.66 

Collatia, Oollatina 41.46 

Collatia? Caatel del 

'Ota 41.54 

CoUopB Magnus, or 

CuUu, CoUo 37.0 

CollopB Parvas, or Sul- 

luca, Tagodeite 36.59 

ColobSna, Trubejena,,,, 36.50 
Colonia, Kuleh a{»»ar.„ 40.9 
Colonia, or CHmulodQ- 

num, Oolche*ter 51.53 

Golonia Agrippinensis, 

or Agrippina, Cologne 50.56 
Colonia Eqaestris, or 

Noviodanum, Nuon... 46.23 
Colonia TrajJlna, Kelln 51.48 

Colnnldos? Kaatelia 36.50 

ColSnis I.? Spezzia 

Pnlo 37.13 

COLOPRNB 39.46 

Colophon 88.2 

Coloisffae, r. n, Khonoe,,, 87.50 

Colta? 25.13 

Cnlubrarla, or OphiQsa 

I., Cofutnhretea 39.54 

Colubraria I. (Ophiiisa 

of Strabo), Formen- 

^ra 38.42 

Columba I., or Balearia 

Major, Majorca 39.30 

Columbaria I., Palma- 

jola 42.42 

Columbarium Prom., 

Capo Figari, 40.59 

Column a, La Catona..,, 38.11 

ColyergiaProm.? 37.24 

ComSna (Cappadocia)? 

Al-Bottan 88.6 

Comana Pontica, On- 

menek, 40.19 

Comaria (Town and 

Prom.), C. Comorin,,, 8.4 
Com&ms Portus, Oo- 

maro 39.0 

Combaristum, Oombri,,, 47.46 

Combreia, ..„ 40.16 

Combretonium, Burgh,, 52.8 
Comiilava? n, Ifyamtu,, 47.10 
Cominium Ceritum, Or- 

reto 41.16 

ComhagRne 37.45 

Compltuqi Anafrninnm, 

Odteria della Fontana 41.45 
Coraplutlea? TrinidacU 41.19 
CoraplQtum, Alcald de . 

H^naret 40.27 

Compsa, Conxo 40.52 

t'oinum, or NoTum Co- 

iDum, Cumo 45.48 



LOHO. VAP. 



360.15' 


20 


20.34 


15 


11.0 


2 


24.10 


19 


36.10 


20 


16.52 


9 


16.12 


9 


17.32 


9 


24.47 


19 


1.9 w 


6 


21.54 


18 


28.20 


19 


41 ..35 


22 


60.40 


3 


3.48 w 


5 


39.40 


20 


42.0 


22 




1 




1 


23.42 


16 


15.25 


9 



12.42 
6.34 



0.45 

1.25 

3.0 

10.29 

9.39 
15.40 
22.25 

86.56 

36.44 

77.37 

20.42 

1.0 If 
23.9 

1.14 
26.15 

14.33 
88.30 

13.10 
6.56 w 

3.25 w 
15.19 

9.6 



7.36 


23 


6.6 w 


7 


38.13 


20 


0.53 


5 


6.57 


6 


6.15 


8 


6.10 


6 


21.56 


18 


23.10 


18 


23.43 


If) 


36.50 


20 


27.14 


19 


29.19 


20 


64.30 


3 



11 



23 



7 

7 

8 

9 

9 

18 

20 

20 

2 

15 
6 

15 
5 

24 

9 
20 

11 

7 

7 
9 

8 



VAMTRH, LAT. 

Conedbar, Kangawar.., 34''.26' 
Concordia, OoncordiOf 

n, Porto Oruaro 45.45 

Concordia? n. TTetM^n- 

hurg 49.3 

Concordia Julia, or. 

Nertobriga, VaUrn 

la Vieja 36.15 

Cond&te, ICinderton, n, 

MiddUwxck 53.12 

Condate, Condi 48.57 

Condate 45.5 

Condate, SeyeL 45.58 

Cond&te, Moutereau 48.23 

Condate, Cognac 45.41 

Condate, Coene 47.25 

Condate, aft Redones, 

Benne* 48.7 

Condercum, Benwell 

Hill 54.59 

Condivicnum, aft Nam- 

netes, Nantee 47.13 

♦CondrQsi 50.25 

Conembrica, Coimhra.,, 40.12 

Confluentes, Coblenz 50.21 

Conga vata, Stanwix 54.55 

Congustus, Tueun Vjuk 38.24 
Conistorsis, or Cunis- 

torgis? Stlvee 37.15 

Conni, Ttehalkem 39.0 

Con5pe, Angelokaetro.,, 38.33 
Con ope, Uyria, or Ly- 

simachia L., Zygoe, 

or Augelokaetro 38.34 

Conopium, Koumjne,,,,, 41.29 
Conovium, Caer Bhun, 

n. Convoay 63.13 

Consabrum, Contuegra,, 39.29 

Consentia, Coeenza 39.19 

*Con8orani 42.48 

Constantlna, for. Cirta, 

Conztantineh 36.19 

Constantinopfilis, for. 

Byzantium, Conttan- 

tinople, or StambouL, 41.1 

•Contestani 38.30 

Conthyle? r. «. Agioe 

Triada 38.5 

Contosolia, Oitarena.,,, 38.47 
Contra Acincum (Pes- 

sium), Petth 47.30 

Contra Pselcia, for. Ta- 

chompso, Kobban 23.11 

Contrebia, Cantabria,., 42.24 

Contribata? 38.15 

ConvSnae, for. Lugdu- 

num, St. Bertrand de 

Commingea 43.0 

*Conv9nae 43.0 

Copae, Topolia 38.29 

Copais, or Cephissis L., 

Topoliaz 38.25 

Cophaa? 25.8 

Cophen F., CaboiU 

Biver 34.35 

Copiae, for. Thurii 39.40 

Copratea F., Diz/uL 32.0 

Coptoa, JTo/* 26.0 

Cora, Cora 41.38 

Coracae 39.17 

Coraceaium, Alaya 36.33 

Curacium 41.15 

Coracodea Portua 40.5 

Coraliua F 38.23 

Coralla Pr., C. Kereli.,. 41.5 
Coraaniae I., or Coreeae, 

Fourni, &c. 37.35 

Corax F., Kodor 43.0 

Corax M., Kieil Dagh,.. 38.18 
Corax M., Vardhuei..,,, 38.40 
Curbia, Bocca Priore.,, 41.48 

CorbiIne 33.0 

Curbaio, Fossa of. 52.10 



LONG. 

48O.0' 
12.51 
7.59 

6.29 w 



XAP. 

22 
8 
6 



2.26 w 

0.59 w 

.3.32 

5.48 

2.57 

0.19 w 

2.57 


5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 


1.40 w 


6 


1.40 w 


5 


1.32 w 
5.10 
8.24 w 
7.36 
2.54 w 
33.28 


6 
6 
7 
6 
5 
20 


8.19 w 
30.9 
21.18 


7 
20 
15 


21.23 
36.8 


15 
20 


3.50 ▼ 
3.40 w 
16.15 
1.20 


5 
7 
9 
6 



6.35 



28.58 


14 


0.40 w 


7 


23.24 


16 


5.37 w 


7 


19.6 


14 


32.48 


3 


2.25 w 


7 


6.19 w 


7 


0.38 


6 


0.30 


6 


23.10 


16 


23.5 


16 


61.45 


3 


70.0 


3 


16.23 


9 


48.32 


22 


32.47 


3 


12.58 


11 


23.11 


15 


32.3 


20 


29.10 


26 


8.25 


9 


22.59 


16 


39.10 


20 


26.30 


19 


41.18 


22 


27.2 


19 


22.10 


15 


12.48 


11 


48.0 


22 


4.26 


6 



23 









NAmeS. LAT. LOVO. VAP. 

Corcyra, Corfu 39<>.37' IQ^.SS' 

Corcyra I., Corfu, 39.40 19.45 

Corc^ra Nigra I., Cur- 

zola 42.56 17.0 

Corollra, or Demetriaa, 

Kerkook 35.32 44.10 

Corda, Lynekirk 55..39 3.17 w 

Cordttba, Cordova 37.53 4.46 w 

*Cordueni, or CardQ- 

obi .• 37.15 43.0 

Cordyle, Akeheh Kaleh 41.5 39.30 

Coreae, ^urfyNf 32.8 35.18 

Coreasus, Port SL Ni- 

eholae 37.39 24.19 

Corfinium, S, Pelinot n. .^ 

Pentima, 42.7 13.51 

Coria, Caetle Gary 55.58 3.58 w 

Coriallum, Cherbourg.,, 49.38 1.38 w 
Corinium, or Durocor- 

noviom, Cireneeeter.^ 61.43 1.58 w 

CoRnrrHiA 87.56 23.0 

Corinthiacus S., 0, of 

Corinth 38.12 22.30 

Corinthus, Korinthd 

(Corinth) 37.64 22.63 

CoriSli? M, Oiove 41.40 12.41 

^Coriaopiti 47.56 4.0 w 

♦CoritftvL 63.5 1.0 w 

Corium 35.20 24.19 

Cormaaa? 37.20 30.23 

Cormonea, Cormoneo..,, 45.57 13.28 

Comacum, Vukovar,,,,, 45.20 19.6 

•Cornavii 52.60 2.20 w 

Corniaspa 39.55 34.54 

Comicularia, Mezzogoro 44.53 12.6 

Comictilnm, S. Angela,, 42.3 12.44 

Cornua? Sindia 40.18 8.39 

Corobilium, CorbeiL 48.37 4.31 

Coromania 29.32 48.0 

CorCne (Aepeaf), Peta- 

lidhi 36,57 21.56 

Coroneia. 38.22 22.57 

Coronta, n. Prodhromo 38.36 21.10 
Cor5nu8 M.? Dema- * 

vend 35.52 52.2 

Coropisaua? 38.15 33.52 

Coraeia, Proekyna 38.35 23.10 

Corsica, or Cyrnos, I., 

Coreica 42.0 9.0 

CorsOte, Irzah 34.25 41.5 

Corstopitum, Corbridge 64.59 2.0 w 

Corte, Korti 23.8 32.45 

Corterate, C7ou(ro«. ...... 45.2 0.7 w 

Cortona, Cortona 43.20 12.6 

Cortoriaoum, Courtray,, 50.49 3.10 

Cortovallum, Corten 50.53 6.58 

Coru, or Trileucnm Pr., 

a Ortegal. 43.46 7.62 w 

Coryca I., Orabuea 35.38 23.34 

Corycian Cave 88.31 22.32 

Corycium Prom., C, 

Koraka 38.6 26.37 

Cor^cus? (Creta) 35.36 23.45 

Corycus (Cilicia), Korg- 

hoe Kalaltr 36.27 84.10 

Cory CUB M., Koraka.,,, 38.16 26.37 
Corycus Pr. (or Cima- 

rus), C. Bueo 35.37 23.35 

Corydallus, /ra<(;}Fe;/a.. 36.20 30.21 
Corydallua, r. on M, 

Skarmanga 37.68 23.36 

Coryphaeus M 37.35 23.5 

Corypbantia. 39.23 26.49 

Coryphaaium, or Pylua, 

OldNovariuo 36.57 21.40 

Cos, StanchiOf or Koe.„ 36.53 27.20 

Cos I., StanchiOf or Koe 36.50 27.10 

Cosa, Cos. 44.7 1.25 

Coaa, or Cosea, Ante" 

donia 42.13 11.19 

Coaaa F., Coea 41.43 13.24 

♦Cosetani 41.20 1.20 

Cosilynum, n. Padula,, 40.20 15.39 

(46) 



Cotlh, or Coia {Etru 








Crooodlloi? Laim-il- 








11MB' 






CouB (Lunaia), 6'<'fit(a 








Crooolanum, Brough, «. 








18.18 








•c™.««i.. _ 


33.30 


49.20 


•IV. 


CrooTl«I.7 Artudi.... 38.33 


20.13 




44 37 




8 






Cof«yr» I., Po-t€lU- 














3(.« 


12.0 


23 














3S.4T 


5.58 » 




KormoHlL^ 35.26 


32.68 




Sr.2B 


10,18 
2I.M 








Citiliui M, Zakktka..- 


Crolllng P., Cb™« 39.0 


16.30 




9138 


ItM 


2 






Conilrm, C«*.» 


















CiJtJBeOID, Ktlajak.... 


39.24 


30.14 




Cmetomcriani. M<mlt 


















3R.Z8 


2.1.50 


15 




12.13 










Crja. 36.12 

Cleilphon, Ta«k So- 




Cruguj M. (Cilici.) 


38.10 


32.30 




































Cmmbusa I. [Lyeim] 








Cuariu. P., So/adkl. 






3G.U 


30.31 


20 






Cntnis I., J/arallo 




19.15 




30.11 


22.35 


1H 


CucQldoi, <7ucW(o 12.3 
















l«ns I., Jfatnmm... 


S7.ll 


24.7 


10 




36.16 




30.17 


21.10 








Cmnii. «-™i.ia, •.. Jr 








pflli., Or.,BlU 15.11 


6.13 






















Colin, or Collopi Mag. 






30.29 


22.1T 


16 












CniHuiB Prom.r Oipo 


CD.Da«ut S., B. 0/ Fog- 






S0.2T 


9.21 




^-■a ffoM. 38.48 


28.63 


Cr«.tB.? 


37.*0 


13.21 




CaiaKntig, Cam pin at, 0- 
















Crater, orCampSniiaS. 








f/apU. 10.40 


11.10 














Cmihi. P., i4*™w 




22.1S 


IN 






Cmhi.F., Oalf 












Cmlhij K 


37.^7 


22.15 


IS 


CunBia? 3S.23 


13.18 


Crniiu, nft. FlaTlopSlia 








Cunelio, UMtnhalL.... 51. 2S 


1.41 w 




«.43 


32.20 


?ft 


Cirmtcs, Alg«nt. S7.1S 


8.30 w 










9" ~.:....Z.. «.33 






42.S 


12.21 


11 


9.17 
















45.8 


10.2 




ir«7y 38.ST 


T-SOw 














Crenldeg, afL Phili|ip<, 








CuBienlarina I-., Sa»,a 






11.4 


S1.22 




tfaria, Ra«nti. *<■... 11.18 


9.2S 


























Creil.,ain Mara 




3S.0 


IB 


















Creiiia. or Craatii, r 








Cnppaa, OiJaniaU. 14.3T 


21.11 




38.13 


23.T 


18 


Cupra Maritima, Gnl- 
















Crinii» F.. FiHmu!ea. 


39.26 


IT.O 


B 


Cupra MooUoaT Ua- 




Crirat™ Prom., Ojp. 










13.9 
















37M 












Curb, Chnr, or Coirt... 46.61 
















Criiaoem S., S. of Sa- 










1 14 w 


























Criu-MctOpon Prom., 








Curieta I., Ytglia 16.S 


11.35 














Criu-McIOpoD Prom., 








Curium, r. ». Eyiitcpi.. 31.40 


32.51 


a Aia 


44,25 


33..W 


3 


Cnrium K„. 38.20 


21.36 
















38.52 


22.3S 


IN 




10.57 
















19 IB 


1.1 Sir 


^ 








CjEmon Pr., C. Mihk.. 36.35 




JrocMlile LakM. B.VWi 








CT«moj8roi P., .«.?«,.. .17.30 


14.35 














!r.„^...n|..pSlij.. or Ar»i. 








Cvanena 38.16 


29.53 


nijo. r. .'a Vull.y 0/ 










20.0 




20.2s 


31.1 


21 


Cyanaiu 12.35 


11.26 



Cfbatc, IKaril 32''^' 16'.21' 

Cybiitraf 87.30 81.T 

CjclSdei r- 37.0 26.0 

Cjolopi, Rooka of th8_ 37.32 15.8 
Cjdnui P., Ttrtaa* 

Tchai. _ IB.6S .14.68 

Cjdonia, Ca«ta^ 36.30 24.1 

C;tu (Coidta), Cho*. 

bar _ 35.18 60.40 

C; ■- "iarmtta. 87.56 21.9 . 

C; ., Zynn 37,55 22.26 

C; ,Hmi 38.38 21.7 

C; KaUt^Tfta... 38.2 32.T 

C; III, AaaiBUaa 88.21 31.30 

C; li, or CjDo- 

p5li« 38.33 30.61 

CjnortlDi M., Vilanid- 

Ata 87.87 23.8 

Cjnatcephilae ...: 89.26 22.31 

Cjnagplilla 30.53 S1.23 

Cj'noggema Prom., 0. 

Alrpo _ 36.33 38J 

Cjnnillni Prom., a 

Harolkon „.,_ 38.7 iiA 

Ctkubu 87.23 32,10 

a, PaUopyrge, n, 

Minoli SB.12 23,8 

Cj-parluiia P., Ariad- 

hia ST.IB 21.16 

CjparlMia, Arkadhia, 

' (^jMriMio, ST.16 31.10 

lariiiia, or AiOpai, 

■dlra 86,11 22.51 

Cfparlsaia Prom., O. 

Arkfilliia 37.13 31M 

CypirinsiuB B., G. 0/ 

Ark-diia 37.25 21.30 

CjpBneBvtr 38.37 22.36 

Cjphantaf Port 0/ Le- 

n.rfAV. 37.8 32.63 

Cjphui M 39.48 31.50 

CypriM 1-.. Triamn... 38.37 30.36 

Cjpruj L. Cypnu 35.0 3.1.0 

Cypeeia, Ipiala 40.49 26.19 

Cyplatia, £rnH Bnghami 41.60 35.B 

- ini> L (Carrina)? 

mlah 31.15 11.16 

Biici 31.0 21.30 

IS, Gmnok 33.50 31.19 

Cfrsiobita, or CyropS- 

li»r_ 11.13 68.15 

Cjretiaa, mr^iniko.,.. 39.48 22.1 
Cymoi, or Conloa, 

CVh-..™ 12.0 0.0 

CjropaUa7£.Hj|-. 37.30 19.19 

CyropClia, or Cyrea- 

abila 11.12 68.15 

CtrrbutIci 36.16 37.0 

Cjrrhus, Klgrat 88.48 36.69 

CyrUJna 38.32 33.6 

Cynu, Trikala 37.59 23.28 

" « P.? Praklo/..... 28.0 53.0 

>F.,£'o«r. 11.10 15.30 

Cytaaa, Soulaii 12.16 42.41 

- lum.- 35.35 25^1 

CftbCra L, Otrrgc 36.15 33.0 

CylbSra (Upptr), Pa- 

li«poli. 86.18 23.5 

Cytheriua F 31.42 21.33 

Cythnoa, Hibrniokauni 87.28 34.26 

Cylbnoa I., Tirrmia..,. 37.26 24.35 

Cytlnlnm. Oratiia 38.41 32.26 

Cjlia I., Prrim. 12.39 13.29 

CylSniB, A'lrfret. 11.51 33.51 

CyiSrua H., Kidrot 

D-gk 11.19 33.0 

Cjilcui, Sot fii 10.22 37.51 

D. 

1 10.0 66.0 

iaa, Dah-la-nth 38.31 39.3 

Pnberath. Dtb«riik..... 32.42 35.23 

Dabica, Ur.klu...^ 10.^ 30.40 

M7) 



HAVES. LAT. LONG. MAP 
/>A0BIirABADB9, Tke \ 

Deoean 20o.O' 78o.O' 2 

Dacia 46.0 24.0 14 

DadAstaila 40.14 31.16 20 

Dades Prom., Point 

Dadet 34.52 33.39 20 

Daed&la. 36.45 29.2 20 

Dagaseira? C, Mukta... 25.37 58.14 3 

Dagduana, Tadvan 38.32 42.10 22 

Daix F., Jaik, or Ural.. 51.40 65.0 2 
Dalian turn, or Dilun- 

tum? 42.49 17.46 14 

£>ALirATiA 43.30 17.0 14 

Dalminium, or Delmi- 

nSum ? Almi99a 43.26 16.43 14 

Damaacas, Esh-Shdm,,. 33.33 36.22 21 

*DamniL 56.0 3.43 w 5 

•Damnonii 60.46 4.0 w 20 

DamnoDium, or Ocri- * 

num Prom., Tke 

Lizard 49.58 6.11 w 6 

Damaras, or Tamj^raa, 

P., Nahr ed-Damour 33.41 36.30 21 
Ban. or Laish, Fell el- 

Kndy 33.17 35.38 21 

Danastris, or Tyras, F., 

Dnietttr 48.0 28.40 14 

Banubins, or Ister, F., 

Donau, or Danube..,. 46.30 19.0 14 

Danum, Doneaeter 53.81 1.7 W 5 

Daphne, ^eiV «^ A/a 36.9 36.7 20 

Daphne (Tabpanes, or 

Hanee), Tell Defen- 

neh 30.52 32.3 24 

Dapbnus... 38.44 22.51 16 

Daphnns? 38.23 26.67 19 

Daradax F., Ahn Ohal- 

gal 36.6 88.4 20 

Daranta«ia, Moutiere de > 

Taranlai»e 45.29 6.32 8 

Darafl, or Daradus, F.? 

Senegal 16.20 15.0 W 2 

Dardania 42.35 22.30 14 

Dard&nus 40.5 26.23 19 

Dargamanes P.? fooa- 

dttoz 36.0 68.56 3 

Dariorigum, aft. VenSti, 

r«niiM 47.40 2.45 w 6 

Dama? 35.7 46.26 22 

DarniB, Demah 32.47 22.41 23 

Dascyli^ura? 40.18 28.41 19 

Daulis, Dhavlia .38.30 22.44 16 

Daunia 41.30 15.45 9 

DAXiiro5iTi8 40.12 36.30 20 

Den, 2?i> 44.46 5.24 6 

Dead Sea (L. Asphal- 

tltes), Dead Sea^ or 

Bahr Ldt 31.30 36.30 21 

DebeltuB, Zagora 42.25 27.19 14 

•Deceatea 43.40 6.50 6 

Deceleia, Tatoy 38.10 23.48 16 

Deeempogi, Dieuze 48.50 6.44 6 

Decen-noTins 41.26 13.3 11 

"Decetitt, DMze 46.50 3.25 6 

DecumsiteB Agri 48.10 9.0 25 

Delas, or Silla, F., Di- 

ynlah 34.0 44.50 22 

Deleo?, Derko9 41.18 28.40 14 

Delgovitia? JfiWiaytoa.. 53.57 0.45 w 5 

Delium, DAt7tM» 38.19 23.40 16 

Del minium, or Dalmi- 

niom? Alminea. 43.26 16.48 14 

D«lo9 I. (Ortygia), 

^«'o« 87.23 25.17 19 

Delphi (or Pylho), 

^o»tri 38.28 22.31 18 

I)elphiniura, Deljino 38.29 26.9 19 

I»e!phiniam Portus?.... 38.17 23.61 16 

1>KLTA, Lower Egypt... 31.0 31.0 24 

•DemStiio 52.0 4.0 w 5 

DenietrT:!? ? 31.5 67.10 3 

I»ernctri;i!«, Ooritza 39.23 22.59 15 

Dondrobdsa? 25.14 62.8 3 



<j 



HAVES. 

Dcobriga 1, 

Deobriga? Miranda..,. 
DeobrigUla, Santa Cruz 
DeSrum Curms? San- 

garee or Sagret M„„ 

Derbe? 2>et?/t 

Derbentio, Little Che*- 

tery fi. Derby 

Derrhis Prom., C. Dre- 

pano 

Derrhis, orDen8,Prom., 

Rat el-Hnif. 

DertSna, Tortona 

DerlGaa, Tortota 

Derventio? Papcawtle... 
Derventio, Stamford 

Bridge 

Deva, Cheeter 

DevaF., Deba 

DevaP., Dee 

Dia I., Standia 

Diablintes, Jnbleint 

Dtacopbhb 

DiACRIA 

Diilnae Stagnum, Lago 

Diana 

Dianium, Denia 

Dianium I., Oianuti...., 
Dianiam, or Artemi- 

sium, Prom.,' C. St. 

Martin 

Dibio, Z>i>n 

Dibon, Dhiban 

Dicaea 

Dicaea Petra. •«. 

Dictamnam, or Die- 

tynna? 

Dicte M., Juktcu 

Dictynna, or Dictam- 

num? 

Dictynnaeum,il^erafi09, 

or Vathy 

DidjFma I., Qaidaro 

Didj^me I., Salina 

Didj^mi, Dhidhyma 

Didjfmi, or Branchldae 
DidjPmi S., 0. of Mira- 

bel 

Didymoteichos, Dimo- 

tika 

Digba? Komah 

Digentia, Lieenza 

Digcntia F., Licenta,.,, 
Diluntum, or Dallun- 

tum? 

Dimum, Jfouseliou 

Dinarctum Prom., C. 

Andrea 

Dindj^mon M., Guneeeh 

Dagh 

Dind^mon M., Murad 

Dagh 

Dind^mus M., Kapu 

Dagh 

Dine Pons, Anavolo 

Dinia, Digne 

Dinogeiia, haktehi 

Dio-cftesarca (Seppho- 

ri8), Se/urieh 

Dioleofi ( False Mouth 

of Nile) 

Diolindum, La Linde.... 
DioroedSae I*"., Tremiti 

J$ 

DiomSdis Prom 

Dionysiides I**., Fruit* 

/«, or Dhiomyeiadhee., 
Diony9op51is, or Cruni, 

Diorycruii 

Dios IliSron 

Dioseurias, aft. Sebas- 
topSlis, Takuria 



LAT. 
420.32' 
42.44 
42.35 

9.36 
37.19 



31.9 
44.53 
40.49 
64.40 

63.59 
63.12 
43.10 
54.54 
35.27 
48.17 
40.30 
38.11 

42.8 

38.51 

42.12 



38.46 
47.20 
31.31 
40.58 
41.9 

35.38 
35.6 



36.42 
37.25 
38.35 
37.28 
37.21 



41.22 
31.1 
42.6 
42.5 

42.49 
43.40 

35.41 

39.26 

38.58 

40.27 
37.27 
44.5 
45.17 



31.30 
44.51 

42.7 
43.30 



43.25 
38.50 
38.1 



LOHG. 

4«.22' w 
3.0 w 
3.55 w 

13.30 w 
33.61 



62.66 1.27 w 
39.66 23.67 



28.24 
8.52 
0.32 
3.23 W 

0.54 w 
2.53 W 
2.25 w 
4.0 w 

25.14 
0.26 w 

35.0 

23.56 

9.32 
0.8 
11.9 



0.14 
6.1 
35.60 
25.10 
29. 

23.46 
26.8 



35.38 23.46 



22.32 
24.59 
14.46 
23.11 
27.18 



86.6 25.48 



26.30 
47.28 
12.54 
12.54 

17.46 
24.48 

34.36 

81.46 

30.0 

27.51 

22.46 

6.14 

28.24 



32.46 35.17 



31.22 
0.43 

15.29 
16.0 



35.20 26.11 



28.11 
20.43 
27.8 



42.48 41.17 



MAP. 

7 
7 
7 

2 

20 



15 

23 
8 
7 
6 

5 

5 

7 

5 

19 

6 

20 

18 

9 

7 
8 



7 

6 

21 

19 

26 

19 
19 

19 

18 
19 
9 
18 
19 

19 

14 
22 
11 
11 

14 
14 

20 

20 

20 

14 

18 

6 

24 

21 

24 
6 

9 
14 

19 

14 
15 
10 

22 



HA MIS. 

Dioscorinm, St. Gtor- 

ghio» 

DiospSIis (Bithynia), 

Akcheh Skehr 

Diospdlis, or Lydda, 

Lood 

Diospdlia Parva, Haou.. 

Dipaea 

Dipo? 

Dirce F 

DiridStia, or TerCdon, 

Jebel Sinam 

Dirphe, or Dirphys, M., 

Dhelji 

Dium (Euboea)? 

Diam ( Macedonia), Ifo- 

lathria 

Dium Pr., C. Stavro 

Divitia, DevtM 

Divodarum, aft Mettia, 

Metz ....^ 

DiT(Jna, afiL Cadurci, 

Cohort 

Disahab, Dahab 

Duanaa F.? Meinam,.,, 

*Dobau! 

Docea, Tueija 

Docimeum ? Eeki Kara- 

hinar 

DodGna? Kattritta 

Dollehe, Duklinta 

Doliohiate I., Kakava,., 

Doudiris 

DOLOPIA 

DOMAHITIB 

Don&oon, Tatena 

DonUsa I., Heraklia,,,, 

Dontiaa M., Koryfi 

Dophkah? 

Dor, or Dora, Tantoura, 

Doraa F 

Dorias F.7 Mekon 

Doris 

Doris 

Doria, or Cerami^oua 

S., G, of Ko9 

Doriacua f 

Dorium 

Dorticum, Decs. 

Dorylaeum, E»ki Shehr 

Dothan, Dotdn 

Dotina Campua 

Drabeacus, Drama 

Drac&nam 

Drac&nuro, or Drep&- 

num, Pr., C. Fanari,. 

DranoiIna 

Drapaaoa, or Adrapaa, 

Jnderaub., ■•• .... 

Drama F., Drave 

Drec&num Prom. (Coa), 

C Daphne 

Drep&na, or Drep&num, 

Trapani 

Drepftne, aft. Heleno> 

pSIia 

Drep&num Pr. ( Achaia), 

C. Drepano 

Drep&num Pr. (Greta), 

C. Drepano 

Drep&Aiim Pr.(Cyprua), 

Point Drepano 

Drep&num, or Drac&- 

num, Pr., C, Fanari., 

♦Drilae 

Drilo F., Drin 

Drinua F., Drin..., 

Drios M., 3ft, Zia 

Druentia F., Dnranee,,, 

Drusus, Canal of 

Dnizipara, Karietan.,., 
Drymaea, r. n. Kamaree 
Drymus? 



LAT. LOHfl. Itf. 

87*».49'22«.40'ln 

I 

41.6 31.9 :: 

31.56 34.55 

26.10 32.20 

37.33 22.17 11^ 

38.56 6.39 w - 

38.18 23.18 ]( 

30.15 47.45 ^. 

38.36 23.52 ]> 
38.50 22,57 li 



40.8 22.29 
36.26 25.0 
60.66 7.0 



49.7 



6.10 



44.27 


1.28 


• « 


28.29 


34.31 


> « 
•• 


18.0 


100.0 


• 


61.50 


2.0 ▼ 


\ 


40.67 


34.6 


1 


38.61 


30.50 


1 


39.44 


21.1 


lU 


40.2 


22.9 


|i- 


36.10 


29.57 


ft 


40.20 


28.0 


ii. 


39.6 


21.50 


]• 


41.36 


34.20 


■ 


38.11 


23.5 


.1 


36.50 


25.27 


1' 


38.4 


22.34 


i r 


28.56 


33.20 


> n 
1 .t 


32.40 


34.56 


:l 


27.10 


53.45 




18.0 


104.0 


.1 


36.40 


27.30 


b 


38.40 


22.25 


I'. 


36.56 


27.46 


\s 


40.47 


26.2 


.» 


37.17 


21.49 


'* 


44.17 


22.36 


. 


39.41 


30.38 


« 


32.25 


35.17 


. a 
1 •• 


39.32 


22.37 


^j 


41.9 


24.10 


.■'. 


37.41 


26.20 


\t 



37.42 
31.0 

35.43 
46.36 



26.23 
63.0 

69.25 
16.0 



:) 



f M 



86.46 26.67 '» 



38.3 12.31 



t« 



40.41 29.33 \> 
38.20 21.61 ;'.J 



35.28 24.18 W 



84.54 82.19 



37.42 

40.56 

42.0 

44.16 

37.2 

43.44 

61.56 

41.17 

38.42 

38.11 



26.23 
39.10 
20.5 
19.20 
25.31 
6.20 
6.6 
27.30 
22.33 
23.32 



I)! 



(48) 



HAVES. LAT. LONG. 

DryiQliffa I., Tehtuta%, 

or Makronin 38«».30' 26®.44' 

♦DrySpea 39.0 21.50 

Dabu", or AMuasdubU 

F., DohU. 47.0 6.20 

•DuIgibiDi 51.55 9.30 

Dulopdlifly BabassQs, or 

Acanthus 36.46 28.11 

Dunium, Maiden Cattle^ 

n. Dorchetter 50.42 2.28 w 

Dunam? Downpatrick., 54.20 5.41 w 

Dunum S.? 54.30 0.35 w 

Dura? Door 34.22 43.46 

Duraniofl F.y Dordognt 44.50 0.0 

Duria F.. Dnra 45.7 7.10 

Daria Mi^or F., Dora 

BaUea 45.40 7.40 

DuriAe, Dorno 45.9 8.58 

Durius F., Douro 41.5 8.20 w 

DurDO?aria, Dorchester 50.43 2.26 w 
Durobrivao, Water New- 
ton 52.34 0.22 w 

Diirobrivae, Boehetter.,, 51.23 0.30 

Barocasges, Dreux 48.44 1.21 

Durooatalaunum, Ckd- 

lone-eur-Marne 48.58 4.22 

Durocobrirae, Maiden 

Bower, n. Dunstable^ 51.53 0.33 W 
Durocomoyiam, or Co- 

rinium, Cireneeater,,, 51.48 1.58 W 
Durooortdruin,aft.Remi, 

Bheinu 49.15 4.1 

Durolevum, Judde MiU, 

n. Oapringe, 51.18 0.51 

Durolipons, Oodman* 

cheater. 52.20 0.10 W 

Dnrolituiiii ». Romford 51.35 0.13 
Daronia, Civitd Vecchia, 

n. Molite 41.38 14.26 

Duron am, Eetrcung la 

Chau99ie 50.4 8.58 

Durofltdrufl, or Duros- 

t«lara, Silittria 44.10 27.13 

•Darotriges 50.50 2.30 w 

PurorerDum/ Canter^ 

bury 51^17 1.4 

Dasae, Dued§heh 40.46 81.21 

Pjine, or Djmae 88.10 21.28 

Dyraa F., Ourgo 38.49 22.20 

Dyrtn, or Atlai Moos, 

Mt. Atlae. 81.20 7.0 W 

Djrrachiam, for. £pU 

damoas, Duraiuo 41.21 19.29 

Dyatui, Dhyata 88.20 24.11 

E. 

Ebal, Moont.. 32.16 35.14 

EbelllQum, S. Juan de 

la Peila 42.26 0.40 w 

Eblana, 2)Mfr/tii 58.21 6.25 w 

Eboda, El-Abdeh, or El- 

Aujeh 30.52 84.32 

Ebdra, ^iHM-a 38.38 7.39 W 

Ebor&cum, or Ebora- 

cuin, York 52.57 1.5 w 

EbrodQDum, Embrun,., 44.34 6.28 

EbrodOnum, Yverdun... 46.46 6.39 

Ehadae I"., Hebrides,, 57.0 7.30 w 
Ebura, S. Lucar de 

ffarrameda 86.43 6.19 W 

'EhnrifEvoli 40.36 15.3 

^hurohTigti,St.Florentin 48.0 3.44 

Eburobritium? Eoora.., 39.30 8.59 ▼ 

•EburSnes, aft. Tungri 50.50 6.0 

Eburovices, Bvreux 49.1 1.9 

PlbiiPus, fvizq 38.55 1.27 

Kbu'aua I., /visor 39.0 1.25 

Ecbat&no, or Agbat&na 

( A ch raetha), Hama- 

dan 34.48 48.33 

Kcbat&na (of Atropa- 

tcn«)? TaJrht-i'Sulei' 

7 



WAP. 

19 
15 

6 
25 

19 

5 

5 

5 

22 

6 
S 

8 
8 
7 
5 

5 
5 
6 

6 

5 

5 

6 

5 

5 
5 

9 

6 

14 
5 

5 
20 
18 
16 

23 

14 
15 



21 

7 
2 

24 

7 

5 
6 
6 
2 

7 
9 
6 
7 
6 
6 
7 
7 



22 



8 



VAVE8. LAT. LOHO. WAP 

Eodippa (Aobiib), Em- 

lAb 33M3' 35«».6' 21 

Echedameia. 38.21 22.35 16 

Ecbelldae? 37.57 23.38 17 

Echetla, Oechiala, 37.12 14.38 12 

Echiddnis F., Mana, or 

Oalliko 40.45 22.48 15 

BebiD&des 1% Petala, 

Ac 38.25 21.0 15 

Ecbinoa (Acarnania)?.. 38.54 21.0 15 
Echinus (Phthiotis),.^^ 

ehino 38.53 22.41 16 

Bclftnum, or Aeoul&- 

nnm, Le Orotic, n. 

Mirabella 41.1 15.0 9 

BonSmus M 37.6 13.51 12 

Bcregma? 31.8 33.0 24 

Bdessa, or Aegae, Vod- 

hena 40.47 22.2 15 

Bdessa, or Callirhoe (Ur 

of the Cbaldees ?), 

Ur/ah 37.10 38.50 22 

Edeta ( Liria), Lina «9.37 0.39 w 7 

•Edet&ni 41.0 0.45 w 7 

*Edi 1 

Bdoh 30.20 35.40 24 

EdOkis 40.57 24.0 14 

Bdrnm, Idro Alto 45.46 10.27 8 

Betioneia 37.56 23.38 17 

Bgdarama? 38.37 82.53 20 

Egesta, or Segeata, n. 

Sege$ta 87.59 12.54 12 

Bggta, Oladova. 44.36 22.40 14 

Egira,^afi;a 42.10 24.0 14 

Eglon, ^j7^» 31.33 34.46 21 

Egnatia, Torre S. Igna- 

Mto 40.54 17.26 9 

Egyptian Copper-mines, 

SarbotU eUKhadim,., 29.2 83.27 24 

EidomSne 41.12 22.28 14 

Bidumania F.7 Mouth 

of Blackwater 51.46 0.55 5 

Bion, r. at Mouth of 

Kara-eu 40.46 23.54 15 

Bira? 37.32 23.7 18 

Eira M.? Kutra 37.21 21.44 18 

Eiros M., C. Monte 24.48 66.38 3 

Bkron, ^ihV 31.50 34.50 21 

Elaea (Aeolis) 38.57 27.4 19 

B]aea(Epiru8) 39.14 20.31 15 

Elaea Pr., (7. Elea 35.19 34.6 20 

Elaenm? Liotia 38.15 23.35 16 

Elaens (Aetolia), Meeo- - 

longhi 38.22 81.27 18 

Elaeus (Chaonia) ? m. 

Argiro Kaatro. 40.9 20.13 15 

Elaeus (Tbraoia) 40.3 26.14 19 

Elaens S., 0, of San- 

darlik 88.53 27.0 19 

Blaenssa I., Aleua 36.36 28.10 19 

Elaeussa I., St, Oeorge., 38.56 26.50 19 
Blab, Valley of, Wady 

Sumt, 31.42 34.57 21 

Elataea, or Elatria? 39.13 20.39 15 

Elateia, Z«Aa 38.38 22.47 16 

Elateia, MakHkhori,,,., 39.45 22.26 15 

Elath (Aelftna), Akaba 29.31 85.1 24 
Bl&tns M., ifotinl 

Skopo 37.44 20.57 18 

Elaver F., ^;/tVr 45.40 3.12 6 

BlSn, HySle, or Velia, 

Caetellamare delta 

Bruca 40.8 15.8 9 

Elealeb, EUAal 31.48 35.52 21 

Electra F., JfM«ara 35.4 24.55 19 

Blectra F., Yaeiliko 37.18 21.52 18 

Elees, or Heles F., 

Alento, or Venere 40.10 15.7 9 

Elegia, Jlideha 39.58 41.12 22 

Elephantaria, OBchiri.., 40.43 9.6 9 
Elephantine I., Jeuiret 

el-Sag 24.6 32.55 

ElSphas M., Ra» Filuk 12.0 60.35 2 



HAWKS. LAT. LOKO. VAP. 
Elenea I., Penin$ula n, 

Ayath 86«.29' 84*».14' 

Eleusiniaous 6., B. of 

EUueit 38.1 23.30 

Eleusinium 37.46 21.53 

Eleusis, Zepn'no 38.3 23.33 

Blensis (Thera)? n. C, 

Exomiti 86.21 25.27 

Eleussa I., Arcida 37.42 23.54 

EleutbSrae, Myupoli.,,, 38.9 23.28 
EleuthSrae, Eleuthema, 

or Apollonia? 35.19 24.41 

EleutheropSIis (Betoga- 

bris), Beit Jibreen 31.86 84.56 

BleuthSros F., Bagh^ 

ria 88.0 13.26 

EleuthSrus F., Nakr 

el-Kcbir 34.43 86.5 

Blim? Wady Ohurun- 

del 29.18 32.58 

Elimbia 40.10 21.40 

Bus i 38.46 21.30 

Blis, Paleopoli. 37.53 21.23 

•Blisii, or Helisu.. 51.30 17.0 

Blison F., Alme 51.40 8.44 

BllepSrns F.? /S'o/tfftro.. 88.38 16.34 

EUomSnus, Klimino^,.. 38.41 20.42 
Elmantlea (Salman- 

tloa?), Salamanea,,,, 41.6 6.42 w 

B16ne, Scloc 39.50 21.59 

Bllisa, Eawie, 43.53 0.6 

Blusa, El-KhulaeaJL,... 31.6 34.44 

*Blu8ates 43.46 0.0 

Elj^ma, Orevno. 40.11 21.36 

Elymais 33.30 48.0 

Elymia, Levidhi 87.41 22.18 

Eljfrus, Paleokaetro, n. 

Bhodovani 36.17 23.46 

Elysium 

EwATHiA 40.40 22.10 

Emerlta Augusta, Me- 

rida 88.51 6.16 w 

Bm$sa, Home 34.50 36.39 

Bmm&u^? EUKubeiheh 31.51 35.8 
Emmaus, aft NicopSlis, 

AmuMJt; 31.51 85.1 

Emmaus (Hammatb), 

Hamm(im{hottpring»), 

n. Tiberiae 32.47 86.36 

EmOdi Ms., Himalaya., 29.0 85.0 
BmOna, or AemSna (afL 

Julia Augusta), Lay- 

bach 46.4 14.81 

EvpoMA 33.0 11.0 

Emporiae, or Empo- 
rium, Ampuriae, 42.9 8.4 

EmporlcnsS.? 84.14 6.50 W 

Emporium, CaateUo' 

mare 38.1 12.52 

Empiilam, Ampiglione,. 41.58 12.56 

Bndidae, Egna 46.21 11.18 

Endor, £iidor. 32.39 35.24 

En-gannim (Ginaea), 

Jeneen 82.28 35.20 

En-gedi, Ain Jidy 81.29 35.26 

Engyum, Oangi, 87.45 14.18 

Enipeum, or Posidi'^'nm, 

Prom., Punta di Li' 

eo»a 40.14 14.63 

Enlpeus F., r. of Litok- 

horo 40.4 22.38 

Enlpeus F 39.12 22.28 

Enna, or Henna, Castro 

Giovanni, 87.38 14.17 

Ennea Hodoi, aft Am- 

phipolis, Neokhorio„, 40.48 23.61 
Enosis (or Plumbaria?) 

l.,S,Antioeo 39.0 8.23 

Bntella, Boeea d'En- 

tella 87.46 13.6 

Entella F., Lavagna.,,, 44.25 9.20 

EORDAKA 40..S2 21.41 

Epaoria, i^tjfceraii......^.. 38.1 23.56 

J40> 



20 

16 
18 
16 

19 
18 
16 

19 

21 

12 

20 

24 
14 
18 
18 
26 
26 

16 

7 
16 

6 
24 

6 
14 
22 
18 

19 

1 

16 

r 

20 
21 

21 



21 
2 



14 
23 



2i 

12 

11 

8 

21 

21 
21 
12 



16 

16 

12 

16 

9 

12 

8 
15 
16 



ITAITES. LAT. 

Bp&inandaodilram» 

Mandeure »..• 47^.27' 

^Epanterii 44.10 

Bpeiacum, Lancheater.,, 54.50 
Bpoinniy omtfi^a .....••>• 37.33 
BphSflUS) r. n. AiaaO' 

look : 87.57 

Bphialtium Prom.? 0, 

Akroieri 35.23 

Bphj^ra I.? Spezaia 37.16 

Bph^rOy MonaaUry of 

St, John, n. Porio 

Fanari, 89.16 

Bpidamnas, afU Dyr* 

raohitam, DnroMao 41.21 

Epidauria 37.38 

EpidauruB, Epidavro, 

or Pidhavro ^^ 87.38 

Epidanrus, Bagtua^ 

Veeehia 42.35 

Epidanros LimSra, Pa- 

Uo Jfonemvatia 36.44 

Epideliam Prom., 0, 

Kamili. 36.32 

•Bpidii ^ 56.0 

Epidium Prom., MuU 

of Cantire ..• 55.17 

Epidotiam? 45.0 

BpiphanXa (Hamath), 

Hamah 35.13 

EpiRUB 39.40 

Epitalium, Agulinitza.,, 37.37 
EpQmeas M., Monte di 

San Nieola, 40.44 

Eporedia, Tvrea 45.28 

Epusam, Carignan 49.38 

EquabSoa, Coyna 38.35 

EqQQB Tutitcas, S. EUu- 

terio 41.17 

Er&Da? Filiatra 37.9 

Eranlnas F., Ktfalari... 37.36 
BrbessuSi or Herbessus f 

Qrotte^ 37.14 

ErbecflOB, or Herbessas? 

Pantaliea, 37.8 

Erote, or Ercta, M., 

Monte Pellegrino 88.10 

Brebantiam Prom ,Capo 

delta Testa 41.14 

Erech, Irakf or Irka.,,, 31.27 

ErSuus, r. n. Ereeeo 39.8 

EretenuB F., Agno 45.20 

Eretria, New (Euboea), 

Kaetri. -• .... 88.22 

Etretria, Old (Baboea), 

«. Vathy 38.22 

Bretria (Tfa«6Balia), 

Tzangli 39.15 

Eretum ? Rimane 42.7 

Ergasteria, Kodja Ou' 

mieeh Maden ...•« 39.42 

Ergavica, or Ergavia?.. 40.23 
Ergitium, S. Severo^,,. 41.42 

Eriboea? 40.9 

Ericasa I., Alieudi 38.33 

Ericilsa I., Merlera 39.53 

Brid&nQB F. (or PaduB), 

Po 45.0 

Erlgon F., Tjema^ 41.0 

ErineuB (Aohaia), Lam- 

birta, 38.18 

ErineuB (Doria) ^. 38.42 

BrineuB F., Fiume di 

AtfolOf or Miranda^, 4ili.b5 

Kri*ton 37.36 

Eritium, Paleokaetro.,, 39.54 

Erixa, Derekeui^ 37.26 

Eriza, Erzingan. „,„„,, 39.32 

Rrmine Str«eL 52.50 

Kriiodaram, St, Am- 

hroi»e 46.59 

Enioium, Caatel Sardo,. 40.55 
ti, uli (or Forttli;? 42.26 



LONG. MAP. 



6«.47' 

8.0 

1.44 W 
21.41 

27.28 

27.12 
23.8 



20.32 



9.8 
45.40 
25.56 
11.23 

23.49 

28.56 



6 

8 

5 

18 

19 

19 
18 



15 



19.29 
23.7 


14 
18 


23.10 


18 


18.13 


14 


28.2 


18 


23.9 
6.30 w 


18 
5 


5.46 w 
15.20 


5 
14 


86.38 
20.40 
21.30 


20 
15 

18 


13.54 
7.51 
5.10 
9.4 w 


13 

8 
6 

7 


15.7 

21.35 

22.42 


9 
18 

18 


13.41 


12 


15.0 


12 


13.21 


12 



22.35 


15 


12^1 


11 


27.35 


19 


2.52 w 


7 


15.23 


9 


21.0 


16 


14.16 


9 


19.82 


15 


8.45 


8 


21.47 


14 


21.59 


18 


22.24 


16 


16.7 


12 


25.10 


19 


22.3 


15 


29.28 


20 


39.56 


20 


0.35 w 


5 


2.8 


6 


8.42 


9 


13.15 


9 



9 
22 
19 

8 

16 
16 



NAMES. 

Erymander, or Erjman- 

tbuB, F., Helmnnd,,., 

ErymaDthus F., Doana 

Ery man thus M., Kalli- 

foni. 

Erytbrae (Boeotia), r. 

n. Katzula 

Erythrae (Ionia), Ritri 

Er^tbrae (Locria)? 

Erythrae (Locri-Oso- 

lae)? 

Erytbraea 

Erytbraenm Mare 

Brythraeum Prom., C 

Langadha 

Eryx, or Erj^ons 

Eryz Mods, Monte & 

Oiuliano 

EBdraSlon ( Jezreel), Ze- 

reen 

Eshtemoa, En-Semua„. 

EsuriB, Ckietromarin 

Etanna, Yenne z, 

Eteia, Settia •• 

Etc5nuB, or Soarphe ?.... 

Etbam, Desert of. 

Etham, Thoum, or 

Pitbom (PatamoB?), 

r. n. Abaseieh 

Etis, Kyparivia 

Etocetam, WaU, «. 

Lichfield. 

Etonia? Aladeha 

Etruria 

♦EtruBoi 

Euarchus F., Kirkget^ 

echid Tehai 

Enboea ? Lieodia 

Euboea I., Egripo, or 

Negropont 

Eacarpia ? 

Eudagina • 

^Eudoses 

Eudoxia, Tokat, 

*Euganei 

Eubydrium 

Bulaeus, or Pa«idgri8 

F., xVHran...... ......... 

Eulepa, Bareema 

Enmenia, lahekli. 

Euonj^muB I., Panaria 

Eupalium 

Eupatorla, JCoxlov, or 

Eupatoria 

Eapatoria (MagnopO- 

lis) 

Euphorbium, Emir Hae^ 

aan Keui 

EuphriteB F. (Phrat), 

Euphratetf or Frat»,, 
EuripuB, Strait of 

Egripo 

EnriBtnB...... 

Euroea. ', 

EurSmas, r. n. lakly,,., 

EurSpiiB (Syria)? 

EuropaB (Thessalia) 

EurOtaB F., Vaeilo, or 

Jri 

EarymSdon F., Kopri 

Su 

EaryroSnae (Epirua).... 
EarymSnae (TbeBsalia) 

♦Eury tanes 

Eusene, Kuru Balur,.,, 

EutresiB 

EuxiouB Pontus, Black 

Sea 

Eva, Plntnno 

Rvandria ? 

Evaspla F.? Kooner,,,,, 

ErgnuB F„ 

EvSnuB £"., FidhaH..,.. 



LAT. LOnO. MAP. 



31*».0' 
37.40 



62<».0' 
21.49 



37.59 21.58 



38.14 
38.24 
38.28 

38.23 
34.58 
15.0 

34.56 
38.4 



32.34 
31.25 
37.11 
45.43 
85.13 
38.14 
29.45 



30.28 
36.31 

52.39 
40.8 
48.0 
42.4 

41.48 
87.8 

38.30 

38.37 

39.7 

53.35 

40.15 

45.45 

39.21 

.Sl.O 

38.50 

38.19 

38.38 

38.24 

45.11 

40.46 

88.25 

35.0 

38.26 
40.58 
39.30 
37.22 
36.49 
39.42 



37.20 
39.27 
39.44 
38.50 
41.23 
38.15 

44.0 

37.19 

38.54 

36.0 

39.15 

38.25 



23.24 
26.30 
23.16 

22.5 
26.5 
60.0 

26.8 
12.34 



38.4 12.35 



85.21 
85.6 
7.15 
6.46 
26.7 
23.34 
32.45 



81.35 
23.4 

1.51^ 
84.48 
11.35 
12.15 

35.0 
14.41 

24.0 

30.9 

36.4 

12.30 

36.37 

10.40 

22.16 

48.25 

35.26 

29.55 

15.3 

22.6 

33.21 

36.84 

30.15 

40.35 

23.37 

21.40 

20.31 

27.42 

38.1 

21.85 



36.57 22.38 



31.14 
20.48 
22.51 
21.50 
36.15 
23.9 

35.0 
22.41 

6.25 w 
71.40 
27.5 
21.87 



8 

18 

18 

16 
19 
16 



19 
12 

12 

21 
21 
7 
6 
19 
16 
24 



24 
18 

5 
20 

8 
11 

20 
12 

19 
20 
20 
25 
20 
8 
15 

22 



NAMES. LAT. VOTtQ. EiF. 

EvSraa M., Parimadhi 37°.2' 22«.20' ' h 

ExciBum, Villeneuve I 

d'Agen 44.24 0.42 j J 

Externum, Atlantlcum, 
or Magnam Mare, 
Atlantic Ocean 40.0 20.0 w } 

Eaion-geber (aft. Bere- 
nice)?.... 29.33 84.58 U 



F. 



18 Fab&riB (or Farf&ras) 

19 F., Farfa 
2 Fabia, or Fapia, Rocea 

di Papa, 

Fabrateria, r. n, FaltfO' 

terra 

FaeBiilae, Fieeole 

Falacrinum, S. Silveetro 

in Falaerino 

Falerii, Falleri,..„ 

FalernuB Ager 

Fanum Cariei, Oroeei,,, 
Fanum Fortunae, Fano 
Fanum Fugitlvi, Monte 

Somma 

Fanum Martis? Tanie., 
Fanum Yaotlnae, Roeca 

Giovane 

Fanum Voltamnae ? 

Viterbo 

Fapia, or Fabia, Rocea 

di Papa,., 

Farnime, or Fab&ris, 

P., Farfa...,. 

FaustinopSliB 

Faventia, Faenta 

FelicitaB Julia (OliBipo), 

Liebon 

Felsina, aft. Bononia, 

Bologna 

Feltria, Feltre 

Ferentlnum (Etruria), 

Ferento 

Ferentlnum (Latium), 

Ferentino 

Feritor F., Bieagno 

Feronia, or Lucub Fero- 

niao, Feloniea, 

20 Feroniae Tomplum, 
20 I Torre di Terrncina.., 



42.48 12.40 U 
41.46 12.44 U 



9 
18 



20 

20 

22 

16 
14 
15 
19 
22 
15 

18 

20 
15 
15 
15 
20 
16 

2 

18 

7 

3 

19 

18 



Perraria, S, Baeilio 

Ferr&tuB Modb, Jebel 

Jurjura 

Fescennium, Civitd 

Caatellana 

FibrenuB F., Fihreno... 

Ficana, DragoneelU 

Ficaria, Fignri, 

Ficaria I., OavoU. 

Ficulea, Torre Lupara.. 
Fidenae, CaeUl Giubi- 

leo , 

FigHnae, Pegli, 

Fines 

Fines 

Firmum, Fermo,, ,,,„,„ 
Flamonia, Flagogna..,,, 
Flanatlcus S., G, of 

Qunrnero^ or Fiume., 

FlanSna, Fianona 

Flavinium? Fiano 

Flaviohriga, for. Ama- 

nu8 PortUB, Porluga' 

lete 

Flavionavia, Avilea 

FlRviopdlis, or Gratia, 

Keredi 

Flenio, Vlnardingen 

Flevo L., Zttyder Zee,., 

Flevum Cntitellum? 

Flevum Ostium? 

Flexum, Altenburg 

Florentiay Fiorenzuola,. 



41.82 
43.49 


13.35 : 

11.19 • 


II 


42.37 
42.22 
41.10 
40.28 
43.51 


13.12 i 
12.18 
14.10 
9.43 
13.1 


I 

II 

r 


42.39 
48.36 


12.47 

1.26 ▼ 


f 


42.8 


12.54 


11 


42.26 


12.6 


w 


41.46 


12.44 ' 

1 


:i 


42.48 
87.35 
44.17 


12-40 ' 
34.47 ; 

11.54 ^ 

1 


'1 

• 


38.42 


9.9 w; 




44.30 
46.1 


11.22 ' 
11.56 


> 

8 


42.28 


12.9 


L 


41.43 
44.25 


13.17 
8.56 


1' 

i 


42.16 


12.31 


11 


41.17 
39.17 


13.13 
9.20 


11 

'i 


86.27 


4.0 


!.3 


42.21 

41.42 

41.47 

41.28 

39.4 

42.1 


12.21 
1.1.37 
12.20 
9.3 
9.32 
12.38 


111 

III 
11 


42.0 

44.26 

46.30 

45.30 

4.1.10 

46.13 


12.30 

8.47 

0.55 

0.59 

M.42 

13.3 


u 

' - 

) 

1 

1 * 


45.0 
45.8 
42.12 


14.15 
14.11 
12.36 


u 

1 s 

1" 

t 


43.20 
43.30 


8.3 w 
6.0 w 


1 

■ 

* 
* 


40.43 32.20 

51.55 4.20 
52.30 5.:J0 
53.17 5.0 
53.20 5.10 
47.53 17.16 

44.56 9.68 
(60) 


U 



8 

U 
8 
8 
9 
9 
8 
8 

2 

9 
8 

11 

8 
11 

r 
11 

8 
6 

8 

8 



VAVR8. LAT. LOITG. HAP. 

Florentia, Firente (/7b- 

renee) 4S»4r 11M5' 

Floriana? 47.35 18.15 

Fluaor F., Chienti 43.17 13.40 

•Focun&tes 46.0 8.20 

Forentum, Forenxn 40.50 15.51 

Formme, Mola di Oaeta 41.15 13.36 

Forinio F., Rx9ano 45.32 13.50 

Forocrea, Santa Croee,. 42.34 13.10 
Fortanatae 1"*., Canary 

hinnd* 2S.0 15.30 w 

Foruli (or EriXli)? 42.26 13.15 

Forum Alli6n5, Ferrara 44.50 11.37 
Forum Appiii Foro 

Appio 41.28 13.1 

Forum Aurelii, n. Jfem- 

talto, on R. Fiore 42.18 11.35 

Fornm Cassii, Vetralla.. 42.21 12.2 
Forum Cif^arrOrum ? 

Puente Bihetf 42.25 7.24 W 

Forum Clodil, Orinolo.. 42.12 12.5 

Forum Gornelii, Imola„ 44.22 11.43 

Forum DornUi? 43.30 3.40 

Forum Flaminii, 8, 

Giovanni pro Fiamma 43.2 12.49 
Forum Fiilvii, or Valen- 

tinam, VaUnna 45.1 8.37 

Forum GallQrum, Cattel 

Franco 44.37 11.4 

Fornm GallGram, Ouv' 

rea 42.4 0.45 W 

Fornm Julii, Civxdad di 

Friuli 46.6 13.25 

Forum Julii. FrSiuf,.,.,, 43.26 6.44 
Forum Liclni? Leeeo,.. 45.51 9.25 

Forum Lij^enm? 42.54 0.35 

Forum Livii, Forli 44.14 12.3 

Forum Novum, BHotuxl' 

hergo 41.14 15.0 

Forum Novum, For- 

novo 44.42 10.8 

Forum Novum, 8. Ma^- 

ria di Vfcovio 42.22 12.36 

Forum Popilii, Forlim' 

popoli 44.13 12.8 

Forum SegusianSmm, 

Feur 45.28 4.33 

Foram Bempronii, Fo^- 

tombrone 43.41 12.49 

Forum TrajSni, Fordon- 

gianut 39.59 8.49 

Forum Vibii? Cattel 

Fiori 44.41 7.17 

Forum Voconii? Le 

Cantt 43.25 6.19 

♦Fosi 52.15 10.30 

Fo88a I., MaddaUna,,,. 41.14 9.24 

FoKPa of CorbUlo 52.10 4.25 

Fo8.«af or TaphroB, 8trait 

of Bonifacio 41.20 9.10 

Fossae CliiUiae 41.51 12.34 

Fossae Mariinae, Fo» 

let 3fartiffneB 43.26 4.57 

Fossae PapiriSnae, Via- 

reggia 4.3.51 10.15 

Fossae PhiliBtlnae 45.2 12.8 

Fospe Way 51.30 2.14w 

Fraxinus 37.59 3.2 w 

Fraxinua, Villa Velha,, 39.40 7.37 W 
Frej!;e11ao, r. n. Cepe- 

rano 41.34 13.35 

Freizcnae, Maecarew,,,, 41.52 12.11 

♦Frentani 42.0 14.40 

Frento F., Fortore 41.40 15.4 

Frij?T'lne, Old Mnmora.. 35.56 6.18 ▼ 

FrijrT«lii8 F 45.50 13.50 

'Friniates? 44.35 9.18 

»Fri!«ii 53.0 6.0 

Fru.^Ino, Fronnone 41.39 13.23 

Fru.>itemae 42.16 13.29 , 

Fuclnus L., Logo di 

Cetano, or Fncino 42.0 13.30 

Pfilsinium, Foligno. 42.58 12.46 



8 



8 
6 
8 
6 
8 

9 

8 

11 

8 

6 

8 

9 

8 

6 

25 

9 

6 

9 
11 



8 
8 
5 
7 
7 

11 

11 
9 

9 
23 

8 

8 
25 
11 

9 

11 
8 



ITAinSS. LAT. 

Fulsttlae, ^on<e/u«eo.... 41 ^'.2' 

Fundi, ^ot»/«i 41.20 

Farcae Caudlnae ? Val- 
ley of Arpaja 41.3 

G. 

Gftb&la, JebeiUh 35.20 

•Gabali 44.60 

Gab&ra, Arrabeh 32.54 

Gabellug, or Secia, F., 

Secchia 44.30 

Gabii, Caetiglione 41.53 

Gabrae, Chubrit 47.15 

Gabrantuioomm S. ? 

Fileif Bay 54.11 

Gabrom&/;us? 47.31 

Qabrosentam, Drum- 
burgh 54.56 

Gad&ra, Om-keit 32.41 

Gadaum Castra, Taga- 

dempt 35.31 

Gadda ? Kalat Zurka,., 32.5 
Gadeira I., 7. de St. 

Leon 36.26 

Gades, Cadiz, 36.32 

♦Gadgni 55.20 

Gaditannm, or Herou- 

leum, Fretum, Strait 

of Gibraltar 35.57 

Gadit&nus Portus, 

Puerto Heal. 86.32 

Gaetara, or Gangara? 

Baku 40.25 

•GaetQli 32.0 

Gaktulta 34.0 

Gaganae, Szlatina 45.15 

Galaad!ti8 (Mount 

GiLBAD) 32.20 

Galacnm, n. Kendal.„», 54.18 

Galaria, Gagliano 37.41 

Gal&ta, Gal'ati 37.59 

Galata I., Galita 37.31 

Galatia 40.0 

Qii\a,VAf Keswick. 54.36 

Galepsns? 40.5 

GalSsus F., Galeeo. ...... 40.32 

Galilaba 33.0 

Galilee, Sea of (Tibe- 

rias L., or GenDesa- 

ret), Bahr Tubariyeh 32.50 

*Gallaeci Bracarii 41.40 

*GalIaeoi Lucenses 42.45 

Gallia, France 46.0 

Gallia Cisali'ima 45.0 

Gallia Tramsalpina.. 45.0 
Galllea Flavia, Fraga.. 41.35 

Galltcum, Zuera. 41.56 

Galllons F., Oallego 42.0 

Gall!cu8 S., G. of Lyone 43.0 
Galliuaria L, Oali- 

nara 44.2 

GallinariaSilva? 40.0 

GalluaP 40.8 

G&mala? El-Hum 32.48 

Gamarga, MaraghaK... 37.19 

GandarItib 34.0 

Gandhara, Candahar... 31.38 
Gangara? Ganja, or 

Elizavetpol 40.36 

Gangara, or Gaetara? 

Baku 40.25 

*GnngarIdae 22.0 

Gange Regia? Rajma- 

kal. 25.1 

Ganges F., Gange* 27.0 

Ganges F. (Ceylon), 

Gnnga 8.0 

Gangetlcus S., Bay of 

Bengal 20.0 

Gangra, or Germanico- 

p6li8, Kankari 40.35 

Gar&ma, Germa 26.34 

*Qaramante8 26.0 



long. 

14«>.51' 

13.25 

14.33 



35.58 

3.20 

85.23 

10.42 

12.45 

1.40 

0.15 w 
14.20 

3.9 w 
35.44 

0.51 
36.9 

6.13 w 
6.17 w 
2.40 w 



5.30 
6.10 



VAP. 

9 
9 

13 



20 

6 

21 

8 

11 

6 

5 
14 

5 
21 

23 
21 



49.53 


22 


6.0 


2 


4.0 


23 


22.21 


14 


85.46 


21 


2.44 ▼ 


5 


14.34 


12 


14.46 


12 


8.55 


23 


34.0 


20 


8.9 w 


5 


23.48 


15 


17.15 


9 


32.20 


21 


85.36 


21 


8.0 w 


7 


7.30 w 


7 


2.0 


2 


10.0 


8 


6.0 


8 


0.18 


7 


0.48 w 


7 


0.46 w 


7 


4.0 


6 


8.12 


8 


14.2 


13 


30.0 


20 


85.41 


21 


46.14 


22 


72.0 


3 


65.30 


8 


46.21 


22 


49.53 


22 


88.0 


2 


87.51 


2 


80.0 


2 


81.16 


2 


90.0 


2 


33.40 


20 


13.57 


2 


12.0 


2 



KAMBS. LAT. LOlfO. VA^ 

I Garganum Pr., Punta 

di Vieeti. 41<».62' 16M1' 9 

Garg&nus Mons, Monte 

Oargano, or S.Angelo 41.50 16.0 9 

Garg&ra. 89.33 26.38 19 

Garg&ra M., Ka» Bagh 39.41 26.50 19 

Gargettus 38.2 23.64 16 

Gariannonum, Burgh 

Castle 52.35 0.40 6 

Qhrmm, Sarpana 41.59 33.36 20 

Garnaoe? Gorun 38.51 36.56 20 

Garryonns, or Garien- 

nu8 F., Yare. 62.36 1.43 6 

GARSAURins 38.10 84.20 20 

Gammna F., Garonne... 44.40 0.20 w 6 

Gath? 31.47 34.51 21 

Gntheae, Khiradhee 37.16 22.6 18 

Gath-bepher? El-Me- 

ehad 32.46 85.20 21 

Gaugamela 36.16 43.28 22 

Gaulamitis, or Gaulo- 

MiTis (Aboob), Jau- 

I4n 32.54 86.46 21 

Gaulito? Orbeth, or 

Samechwilde 41.31 44.30 22 

Ganlos I., Gozo 86.2 14.16 4 

Gaurion, or GanrelSon, 

Gavrion 37.53 24.46 19 

Ganrus Mons, Monte 

Barbara 40.51 14.6 18 

Gasa, Ghuszeh 31.28 84.29 21 

Gata? Ghax 42.0 67.0 8 

Gaxa, Gaz&ca, or Pha- 

raspa, Takht-i-Sulei- 

maun 36.28 47.8 22 

GAZAoiNE 40.30 36.0 20 

GazSIon, Vinir Kvpri... 41.8 85.27 20 

Gazelomjtib 41.10 85.20 20 

Gasorum, Akeu Tchai... 41.41 35.27 20 

Gbbalrvb 31.0 35.50 21 

GedrosIa 27.30 62.0 8 

Geia, Terranova 37.3 14.16 12 

G$1a8, or GSla, F., F. 

di Terranova 87.6 14.20 12 

Ote\d\i\M,GeUep,orGelb bl.n 6.41 6 

GelQi Campi. 87.5 14.15 12 

Gemellae, JijeL 35.47 6.30 23 

Gemellae, Lugo Santo... 41.3 9.12 9 

Gemestarinm 42.30 7.4 w 7 

Geminae? 42.20 8.6 ▼ 7 

Gemlnae? Mene 44.49 6.46 6 

Geminiacum? Vievville 60.26 4.20 6 
Gen&bnm, aft. Aare> 

liani, Orleane 47.64 1.65 6 

*Genaun{ 46.4 9.0 8 

Genesium? PaUokiven 37.32 22.43 18 
GenSva, or Genua, 

Geneva 46.12 6.11 8 

Gennesaret L. (Sea of 

Galilee, or Tiberias 

L.), Bahr TubaHyeh 32.50 35.36 21 

Genua, Genoa 44.26 8.55 8 

Genua, or Geneva, 

Geneva 46.12 6.11 8 

Gennsiam, Genoea 40.36 16.46 9 

Gennsus F., Scambi. 41.9 20.0 14 

Geph^ra 40.39 22.40 16 

Ger? Wady Ghir. 32.30 2.40 ir 23 

Geraestus Prom., C, 

Mandili 37.67 24.80 16 

Geraneia M., Makrip- 

laghi 38.1 23.7 18 

Gerar, Khirlet-el-Gerar 31.22 34.33 21 

Geraritica 3120 84.35 21 

Gera8a,J«raa 82.19 86.0 21 

Gerasus, or Grissia, F., 

Koroi 46.52 21.0 14 

Gerenia, irt7rt€«. 36.46 22.9 18 

Gergithus, or Gergilba 40.1 27.0 19 

Gergovia, Oergovia 45.43 3.10 6 

Geriaim, M 32.14 35.14 21 

Germa, Germa 39.19 32.0 20 

Gbrmania (Maoha).... 52.0 15.0 2 

(51) 



KAITRB. LAT. 

Orrvakia Inpkbior, or 

Secdnda 51*^.0' 

OsRVAiriA Sdpbriob, or 

Qermanicia, JfaraaK,,,, 87.36 
Qermantcopdlts, Erme- 

nek 88.41 

Germanieopdlis, or Gan- 

gra, Kanhari. •. 40.35 

Qerme 39.6 

Geronthrae, Oheraki,,,, 36.59 
Gerontia I.? loura.,,.,, 89.23 

Gerrha, EUKatiff. 26.33 

•Gorrhaei 27.30 

Gerram 30.57 

Gerunda, Oerona 42.1 

Geruoiam, Oirone 41.45 

Gesdae, Setann« 44.58 

Gesoriacnm, aft. Beoo- 

nia, Boulogne 50.44 

*G6tae. 45.40 

Qxhton, El-Jeeh 31.51 

Gichthisy or Gitbis, 

Jere99 33.30 

GigSnus 40.22 

GigSnus Pr.f Panomi, 

or Apanomi Point,.,, 40.22 
Gilboa, Mount, Jehel 

Fukua 32.31 

GHgal? 31.50 

Gilva? Taknmhnt. 35.19 

Ginaea (En-gannim), 

Jeneen 32.28 

Gind&ras, Jindarit 36.28 

GirP« 

Girba I. (Lotopbagitis, 

or Meninz), Jerhah.., 38.45 
Girgiri M., Mountains 

o/ Tarkovmah 32.20 

Gisch&la, Bl-Ji»h 3.3.2 

Gitanae? Margariti 39.25 

Glanoventay Enenboro' 54.43 

Glaucus F., La/ka 38.12 

Glaucus F.? Olti-tn 40.^0 

GlauoQB F., T^ton 42.32 

Glaacus S., 0. of Makri 30.40 

Glemona, Oemona 46.16 

Glevum, Qloucfter 51.52 

Glisas, r. at foot of 

Mount Sfamata 38.22 

Glyoys Portus, Porto 

Fauari 89.14 

Glympia, or Gljrppia, 

Katlro Lymhiada 37.11 

Gobaeam Pr., Points 

St. Matthieu « 48.20 

Gubannium, Aberga^ ^ 

wn«y 51.49 

Gogana, Congoon 27.48 

GooARiMB 41.0 

Golan? 32.55 

Gomphiy Epitkopi. 39.28 

Gonnus, or Gonni, Ly- 

kottomo 39.48 

Gophna, ./a/fia 31.57 

GophnItica 32.0 

Gordit&num Pr., Capo 

Falcone 40.59 

Gordiam, aft. JuIiopSlis 40.4 
Gordyaei 'M.,fJebelJudi, 

<fr«. 37.40 

Gorgon, or Urgo I., 

Oorgona 43.26 

Gorneas, Karhni 40.7 

Gurt^na 35.5 

Gortynias F., Hiver of 

Dhimitzana 37.33 

Gortys, n. Ataikolo 37.32 

•Gothini 60.0 

•QothOnea 54.0 

U RAECI A .....«.«.. .•*.,,.,. oo.O 

''irnoctlris, Oorella. 42.7 

♦GraTocai 45.14 



7.80 


25 


86.56 


20 


82.51 


20 


33.40 


20 


27.35 


19 


22.43 


18 


24.10 


19 


50.3 


3 


48.30 


3 


82..34 


24 


'2.49 


7 


14.54 


9 


6.46 


8 


1.36 


6 


28.0 


14 


35.11 


21 


10.44 


23 


22.56 


15 


22.55 


15 


85.26 


21 


35.30 


21 


1.29 w 


23 


35.20 


21 


36.40 


20 




1 


11.0 


23 


14.0 


23 


35.26 


21 


20.25 


15 


3.28 w 


5 


21.45 


18 


41.45 


20 


43.0 


22 


29.0 


20 


13.9 


8 


2.14 w 


5 


23.25 


16 


20.31 


15 


22.42 


18 


4.46 w 


6 


3.0 w 


5 


52.10 


3 


48.0 


22 


35.50 


21 


21.43 


15 


22.27 


15 


35.12 


21 


35.15 


21 


8.10 


9 


31.35 


20 


42.0 


22 


9.55 


8 


44.45 


22 


24.56 


19 


22.3 


18 


22.3 


18 


18.0 


25 


18.0 


25 


22.0 


2 


1.54 w 


7 


6.30 


6 



9.23 

27.12 
51.12 
19.0 

5.43 

11.41 



LORO. MAP. IfAintS. LAT. LORO. 

Grandirairum, Jf urot... 42**.45' 9*'.2'w 
6®.0' 25 Graniacnm Pr., Punta 

Chiape 4y6 

Grnnlcas F., Kodteha 

Tehai. 40.16 

Granis F., JChieht 29.30 

Granna F., Oraan 48.16 

GratianopSlis, orCularo, 

GrenohU 45.11 

Graviscae ? Torre di 

Carnefo 42.11 

Grisifia, or Gerasus, F., 

Koroe. 46.52 

GriuB M 37.25 

♦Grudii 51.18 

G rumen turn, n. Sopo^ 

nam 40.7 

Gramnm, Orumo 41.0 

Gryneium 38.51 

Gudgodah? Ain elrOhu- 

dhyan 29.51 

•Gagerni 61.40 

Gnntia, Ounzhurg 48.27 

Guraeus F.? Lundye,,,, 85.0 

GyiroB I., Jura 87.87 

Gygnea Palus, Lake of 

Mermereh 88.37 

Gymnesiae, or Baleft- 

res I"*., Majorca, Ae, 39.30 
Gymnias? (7iimt«A JTAa. 

neh 40.24 

Gyndes F. (Delas, or 

Silla)? Diyalah 84.20 

Qyrton, Tatan'. 89.40 

Gytbium, n. Maratho- 

niei,,, 36.46 



WAP 

7 



19 

8 

25 



LAT. LOVa. RAP 



21.0 


14 


27.30 


19 


8.30 


6 


15.53 


9 


16.42 


9 


27.8 


19 


85.5 


24 


6.10 


6 


10.20 


25 


71.52 


3 


24.43 


19 



28.6 

8.0 

89.28 

45.10 
22.20 



H. 

TTabitancnm, fftWn^Aam 65.10 

Hactara, Pozoalcon 37.38 

Haditba? 32.11 

Hadranum, orAdranum, 

Ademb 37.88 

Hadria, or Atria, Adria 45.3 
Hfldria, or Adria, Atri., 42.34 
HadriSni, r. n, Bdranoe 39.52 
HadrianopSlis (Bitby- 

nia)? Viran Shehr,,, 41.8 
Hadrianopdlifl (Epirus), 

Libokhovo 40.1 

Hadrianopdiis (Tbra- 

cia), AdrianopU 41.43 

HadriSnum, Arinno 44.57 

Hadriftnns, or Tart&rus, 

F., Tartaro 45.5 

Hadriatieam (or Snpe- 

rnm) Mare, Adriatic 

Sea 44.0 

Haemus M., Balkan,,,, 42.45 

Hafa, Buddueo 40.35 

Ha-biroth f Heroopolig) ? 

r. in Valley of the 

Seven Welle (Seba 

Biyar) 30.33 

Hftlae 38..39 

Halae Aexonlden, Aliki 87.51 
Halae Araphenldes, by 

a Velani, 37.59 

Halah, or Chala? Sar 

Puli Zohab 34.32 

Hales, Helee, or Eleca, 

F., AlentOf or Venere 40.10 
Hale^a, or Alaesa, n, 

Tnea 87.57 

HalSsufl (or Alacsua) F., 

Pettineo 37.55 

Ilalex F., -4/»>« 37.58 

Haliacmon F., Indjeh 

Kara-eu 40.24 

Haliartus, r. n. Maxi.,,. 38.21 

HatJas 37.22 

Halicarnassus, Boo- 
droom,,. 87.2 



22.34 

2.9 w 
3.2 w 
35.16 

14.49 
12.3 
14.1 
29.1 

82.27 

20.24 

26..32 
12.6 

11.20 



14.0 
26.0 
9.16 



31.53 
2.^11 
23.45 

24.2 

46.8 

15.7 

14.14 

14.16 
15.50 

22.8 
23.6 
23.10 

27.28 



19 



20 

22 
15 

18 



5 

7 

21 

12 
8 
8 

20 

20 

15 

14 
8 

8 



8 

14 

9 



24 
16 
16 

16 

22 

9 

12 

12 
9 

15 
16 
18 

19 



HAVR8. 

Hallee, or Halieis, r. 
on Port Khelif or 

BiMaH 37°.1»' 23*».9' 

Halieyae, iSb/emi 37.49 12.46 

Halicyrna 38.23 21.31 

Hallmus, on C. Kalli- 

makhi, or Koemae.,,, 87.63 23.43 

Halisarna (Aeolia) 39.2 27.2 

HaH9arna(Go8) 36.44 27.0 

Haliuaaal 37.26 23.33 

Halm^rae? 30.50 29.25 

Halmyris, or Salmoru- 

dia ? 44.50 28.49 

Halmj^ris L., L, of 

Baeelm 44.45 29.0 

HalQne I., Liman Paeha 40.28 27.36 
HalonnSaus L? Kheli- 

dromi 39.12 23.55 

HalonnSsus I., Tavatee 38.12 26.27 
Haloa, or Aloe, Kefa- 

loei,. 39.9 22.47 

Halus, or Oryx ? n. Po- 

dhogoro 37.46 22.3 

Halyattie TumUlue, Bin 

Tepeh 38.35 28.3 

Haljrcua F.. Platani,.,,, 37.25 15.20 

Halya F., KiziUIrmak,, 40.30 34.20 
Hamath (Epipfaadfa), 

Hamah 35.13 36.38 

Hamaxia 36.35 31.58 

Hamaxltoa 89.32 26.6 

Hanea, or Tab pan ea 
(Dapbne), Tell De- 

fenneh, 30.62 32.3 

Hannib&Iia Portua, Por- 

titnao 37.11 8.27 w 

Hara? Zamah, 33.54 46.8 

Harae? Erek, or Ta- 

reka 3427 38.35 

Haran (Carrbae) ? Mar- 
ran 36.62 39.2 

♦Hani, or Arii 51.0 20.30 

Harma L., Paralimnif 

or Mon'txa 38.26 23.22 

Harma (Attica), r. n. 

Phyle 88.9 23.37 

Harma (Boeotia)?^ 38.22 23.31 

Harmon e (or Arme'ne), 

Ak Liman 42.3 35.5 

Harmozria 27.0 67.10 

Harmoz!ca? Armaeei,,, 41.49 44.39 
HarmSzon Prom. ? 0, 
Bombareekf or Bat 

el-Khore 25.47 57.20 

Harpagium 40.20 27.22 

Harp&aa, ArpaeKaleh,, 37.47 88.21 

Harp&aua F.,ilf77a ^tf.. 37.46 28.21 
Harp&9U8 F. (Lycna)? 

Joruk Su 40.26 41.0 

Harpessua F., Arda 41.30 25.30 

Hnrpinna, Miraka 37.39 21.30 

Haata, Voltri. 44.16 8.43 

Hatera, fTaterina 40.14 22.30 

Hatra. Al-Hadhr 35.33 42.40 

Hazeroth? Ain el-Hn- 

dherah 28.51 34.27 

Hebron (or Kirjath- 

arba), EUKhuleel..,,, 31..33 35.9 

Hebrus F., Maritta 41.16 26.30 

HebQdea, or EbQdae, 

I-., Hebridee 67.0 7.30 « 

Hec&le? 38.12 2.^.59 

Hecatombaeum ? 38.8 21.27 

Hecatomp^dum ? 40.16 20.0 

Hecatompj^loa ? Jah 

Jertn 36.50 56.34 

HeoatonnSei l'*,fMoeko, 

dbc 89.20 26.40 

HedyliumM 38.33 22.52 

Hed^phon F., Jerrahi,, 31.0 40.20 

Heidoa, Khan Khufda., 33.45 S5.2S 
Helena (or IllibSria), 

Elne 42.36 2.58 

(52) 



18 
12 
li 



U 

16 

!2» 



21 
II 



I t 
I I* 

i: 

I 



HA VIES. LAT. LORO. 

rolSne. Mneris, or Cra- 
oae I., Makronisi S7«.41' 24<».r' 

[elenSpolis, for. Bre- 

p^ne M 40.41 39.38 

fele$!, Hales, or Elees, 

F., Alenfo, or Venere 40.10 16.7 

Helevctones, or Helve- 
cones 51.45 20.30 

lellce 88.13 22.9 

Unce, Ichliman 42.19 24.0 

lelicon F., Oiiveri 88.2 16.0 

leileon M., PaUovoumi 38.18 23.64 

Iclicranum, Delvino,.,, 89.66 20.13 

leliopSlis (Baalath), 

Baalbek 83.67 36.1 

leliopSIis (Rameses, or 
Beth'Shemesh), Ma» 

tarieh 30.8 31.20 

»Helisii. orEUsii 51.30 17.0 

ielissoD F 37.68 22.40 

lelisson F., Davia 87.27 22.13 

ieiium Osttium, Month 

of Mente^ or Maat,.,, 61.67 4.10 

{eilann, Atjliana 43.66 11.2 

iellcspoDtus, Darda- 

nelh: 40.15 26.30 

lelSrasi, orHelSrum.... 36.51 15.5 

ielorus F., Abi990, 36.52 16.0 

leloa? 36.49 22.46 

4f elvecones, or Heleve- 

tones 51.45 20.30 

^Helvetii. 47.0 7.40 

^Helvii 44.38 4.30 

lelvillum, or Saillam, 

f^ujUlo 43.20 12.45 

lelvinus F., Salinello... 42.47 13.55 
lenna, or Enna, Cattro 

Giovanni 37.33 14.17 

Tcpbaestia (Lemnos)... 39.54 25.21 

lephaesti&dae, Araklu. 38.4 23.46 
IrptanOmis, Vottani, 

or Middle Egypt 29.0 31.0 

loraclea (Aeolis) 39.17 26.42 

ieiaclea (Atbamania).. 89.16 21.10 
lera clea (Cephallenia)? 

Rakli 38.10 20.42 

IsraclSa (Chalcidice)... 40.36 23.19 

IsraolSa (Ionia) 87.31 27.33 

Ierac1§a (Lacania), 

Policoro 40.12 16,39 

leraclea-Lyncestis, «. 

Filurina, cr FloHna 40.50 21.27 

leraclea MinCa. 37.22 13.16 

CeraclSa (Pieria), Pla- 

tamona 39.38 22.36 

[eraclSa(Pi8ati8),/Sirre^ 37.40 21.34 
[eracISa-Pontlcay 

Brekli 41.17 31.29 

[eraclea-Sintlcay Zer- 

vokhori 40.54 23.30 

[eraclSa (Syria) 36.36 36.45 

leraclea (Tracbinia)... 38.47 22.23 

feradeiusF 38.16 22.52 

leracleopdlis Magna, r. 

n. Anatieh 29.10 81.8 

Loracleopdlis Parya, or 

Ueracleum? 80.59 32.2 

crachsotio Moath (of 

Nile), Botetta Mouih 31.29 30.27 

eracleam 36.21 26.13 

eracleam, or Hera- 

oleopdlis Parra. 30.59 32.2 

eracleuin Prom 41.18 36.68 

eraea. 37.36 21.62 

ernei Monies? 37.10 15.35 

er2»:}um 37.42 22.47 

eraeum Pr., C. Me- 

Ifingavi 38.2 22.51 

erbanum, Orvieto 42.44 12.9 

&r>»c99U8, or Erbessas ? 

Grotte 37.14 13.41 

•rbesBus, orErbesfus? 

Pantalw 87.8 16.0 



MAP. HAWKS. 

Herblta ? Citadella 

19 HerculanSam, n, Benna 
Herculean), or OaditS- 

20 nam, Fretam, Strait 
of Gibraltar 

Hercillis ArSnae 

HerouHs Castra? Gran 
Herctilis Fanum, Mae- 



LAT. LOIfO. VAP. 



26 

18 
14 
12 
16 
16 

31 



24 
26 
18 
18 

25 
8 

19 
12 
12 
18 

26 
6 
6 

8 
8 

12 

19 
16 

24 
19 
16 

18 
15 
19 

9 

16 
12 

15 
18 

20 

14 
20 
16 
16 

24 

24 

24 
19 

24 

20 
18 
12 
18 

18 

8 

12 
12 



•arota 

Herctilis I., or Soom- 
braria, Eteombrera,., 

Herctilis !••., Annara.,, 

Herctilis Portas 

HercQlis Prom., Oapo 
Spnrtivento 

HercQlis Prom., Hart- 
land Point, 

Herculis Templum? n. 

v/. XlOCIIV...... ....a ...... 

Hercyna Fons 

Hercynia Silva. 

Herdonia, Ordona 

Hermaeum Prom., Capo 

defla Caceia 

Hermaeum Prom.,Poti»t 

Plaeo 

Hermaeus S., G, of 

Smyrna 

Herminius Mens, Sierra 

d*E»trella 

HermiSne, or Her m ion, 

Kattri 

Hermionicus S 

HermiSnis 

Hermon, Mount, Jebel- 

eeh-Sheikh 

Hermona58a, Platana.,. 
Hermopdlis,^«Amo»n«tn 
HermopSlis Parva ? 

Bhamanieh 

*Hermandiiri 

Hermns, r. n. Khaidari 
Hermus F., GediM Tehai 

•Hernlci 

Herodiam,/*ranA; Jfotin- 

tain 

Heroopdlif (Habiroth ?), 

r. in Valley of t%% 

Seven WelU {Seba 

Biyar) 

Heroopolltes S., G. of 

Suen 

Heshbon, Heebdn.,,, ',,.,» 
Hesperldes, aft, Bere- 
nice, Bengham. 

*He9perii AetbiSpes.... 
HbstiabOtis, or His- 

TIAB0T18 

Hesudrus, or Zaradrus, 

F., Sutlej. 

Hetriciilnm, Lattarico.,, 
HiBBRNiA, Ireland, ».... 
Ricesia I., Baailuzzo f„ 
HiSra, Tberasia, orVnl- 

cftni I., Vnlcano 

HiSra, or MaritXma, I., 

Maretimo 

HiSra Sycamlnos, Wady 

Maharrakah 

Hierficon 

HierapSlis, Pambouk- 

Kaleh 

HierapOliSfOr Bambyce, 

Membidjf or Bambotij 
Hierapytna, Hierapetra 
Hier&fus, or Porata, F., 

Pruth 

Hieratis ? 

Hierlcus (Jericbo), n. 

Er-Biha 

Hieromiax F., Yarmoukf 

or Sheriat el-Mand- 

hour 



87*».26' 14°.29' 
40.49 14.21 


12 
13 


35,67 

81.0 

47.48 


6.30 w 
20.20 
18.45 


7 
23 
14 


43.62 


10.20 


8 


37.34r 

41.6 

38.41 


0.56 w 
8.16 
20.68 


7 

9 

16 


37.66 


16.8 


9 


61.1 


4.32 w 


20 


36.19 
38.26 
60.40 
41.18 


6.8 w 
22.62 
16.0 
15.37 


7 

16 
25 

9 


40.34 


8.5 


9 


35.11 


23.57 


19 


38.40 


26.40 


19 


40.10 


8.0 w 


7 


37.23 
37.23 
37.26 


23.15 
23.25 
23.12 


18 
19 
18 


33.28 

41.2 

27.46 


86.29 
39.34 
30.60 


21 

20 

3 


31.6 

50.0 

38.1 

38.32 

41.60 


80.39 

11.20 

23.40 

28.0 

13.10 


24 

25 
16 
20 
11 


31.40 


85.16 


21 


30.33 


81.53 


24 


29.0 
31.46 


32.60 
35.62 


24 
21 


32.7 
8.0 


20.3 
6.0 


23 
2 


39.31 


21.40 


15 


31.0 
39.28 
63.0 
38.39 


76.0 
16.8 
8.0 w 
15.8 


3 
9 
2 
9 


38.23 


14.66 


9 


38.0 


12.1 


12 


23.4 
27.16 


32.43 
31.9 


3 
3 


37.55 


29.10 


20 


2)6.32 
36.3 


37.57 
26.44 


20 
19 


47.0 
28.48 


28.0 
61.0 


14 
3 


31.51 


36.28 


21 


32.46 


35.60 


21 



NAVES. 

Hieron 

HiSron Pr., C. Yorot,,,, 
HieroBoljfma (Jerusa- 
lem), El'Koods. 

HiSrum 

Himella F., VAia 

HiniSra 

HimSra F., S. Leonardo 

HimSra F., Salto 

Hipp&ris F., Fiume di 

Camarana 

Hippi Pr., Bat el-Ham- 

rahf or C. Maverah,,, 
Hippo Diorrhj^tus (or 

Zaritns), Benxert 

Hippo Bifgius, Bonah,,, 
Hippo Zaritns (or Diar- 

rhytus), Ben*ert 

Hippoi I., Gotii 

Hippdla, Kipula 

Hipponensis S., G, of 

Bonah 

Hipponifttes, Terinaeas, 

or Vibonensis S., G, 

of S. Enfemia 

Hipponltis Palus, Lake 

of Benzert 

Hipponium (aft. Vibo, 

or VIbo Valentia), 

Monteleone 

Hipponon? Sheikh Em- 

barak 

Hippos, Khurbet et- 

Sumrah 

Hipp5tae 

Hippurius F., Banat 

Tchai 

Hippus F., Galiaga 

Hippus Pr., Point Ali,.. 

Hira, or Alexandria 

Hirminius F.? Baguaa,, 

♦Hirpini 

Hisp&lis, Settilla 

HisPANiA, Spain 

HlSPANlA CiTBRIOR, Or 

Tarraconbksis. ...... 

HispARiA Ultebior, or 

Baetica 

Hispellum, Spello 

Histiaea (Oreup), Oreoe 
Hi8tiae5ti8, or Hei^ 

tiab5tis 

Histonium, VaBtod^Amm 

mone 

Histria, or ISTRIA...... 

*Homeritae 

HomSleM .*.. 

HomSle, or Homolium, 

St. Demetritu..,, 

Hoplias,or Isomantus.F. 
Hor, Mount, Jebel Neby 

Haroun 

Horeb 

Hormah, or Zepbath ? 

Nukb et-Snfah 

Horrea Caelia, Herklah 
Horreum Margi, Hevi- 

bagherdan 

Horta, or Hortanum, 

Orte 

Hostilia, Oeiiglia 

Hunnum, Halton Che»- 

ter» 

Hyaea ? 

Hyamia 

HyampOlis, r. «. Vog- 

dhani 

Hybla Heraea? 

Hybla Major, Pnternd., 

Hybla Megarensis 

Hycc&ra ? Grazia 

Hyda, or Hyla 

Hydaspes F., Jehum,,,. 



LAT. LOiro. VAP. 



41°.7' 
41.7 


290.7' 
39.24 


26 
20 


31.47 
37.36 
42.22 
87.68 
37.65 
37.10 


85.14 

23.6 

12.30 

13.38 

13.36 

14.0 


21 
18 
11 
13 
13 
12 


36.54 


14.31 


13 


36.68 


7.48 


23 


37.17 
86.53 


9.49 

7.47 


33 
33 


37.17 
38.27 
36.31 


9.49 
26.22 
22.21 


23 
19 
18 


37.10 


8.30 


23 


38.65 


16.0 


9 


37.10 


9.60 


23 


38.43 


16.10 


9 


28.42 


80.58 


24 


32.46 
38.20 


35.39 
22.69 


21 
16 


38.20 

42.40 

30.32 

32.0 

36.60 

41.7 

37.26 

40.0 


29.30 

41.25 

18.39 

44.30 

14.41 

15.0 
6.49 w 
6.0 w 


20 

22 

23 

22 

12 

9 

7 

3 


42.0 


6.0 w 


4 


37.0 
43.0 
38.67 


5.0 w 
12.42 
23.6 


4 

8 

15 


39.31 


21.40 


15 


42.7 
45.15 
14.0 
30.60 


14.43 
14.0 
46.0 
22.42 


9 

8 

3 

15 


39.52 
38.22 


22.40 
22.64 


15 
l(f 


30.25 
28.40 


35.37 
34.0 


24 
24 


30.69 
36.69 


36.13 
10.30 


21 

23 i 


43.66 


21.9 

• 


14 


42.28 
45.3 


12.23 
11.8 


U 

8 


55.1 

38.31 

36.66 


2.0 w 
22.12 
21.56 


5 

15 
IS 


38..^5 
37.1 
37.32 
37.8 
38.11 
36.43 
32.0 
(58; 


20.64 

14.39 

14.53 

15.9 

13.9 

28.11 

72.10 

1 


16 
12 
12 
13 
12 
19 
3 



VAVB8. LAT. LOHO. MAP. 

Uy<^n Prom., Utch- I 

Keuekek ZS^.W 26®'54' 19 

Hydramum, Dhramia.^ 35.21 24.21 19 

HjdraStes F., Ravee.,.. 31.0 73.30 3 

Hydroa I., Hydra 37.20 23.30 18 

Hydras F.. /(/ro 40.8. 18.26 9 

Hydras, or Hydrantum, 

Otrnnto 40.8 18.29 9 

Hydrassa I., Prawo 37.50 23.45 16 

Uyel€, ElSa, or Velia, 

Ctftelamart della 

Bruea 40.8 15.8 9 

Uyettas ....,« 38.31 2.3.5 16 

EIyctu98a L, Oaidaro,,., 37.28 27.0 19 

Hyla, orHyda 86.43 28.11 19 

HylaetbuB F., Morno.,. 38.30 22.10 18 

IJyle? PaUokattro 38.25 23.15 16 

HyliasF.? 39.34 16.42 9 

Hylica L., Senxtnaf or 

Licadhi 38.23 23.15 16 

Hyllalcus Portas 39.35 19.55 15 

•Hylli 44.0 15.35 14 

Hyllis Peninsula? iS^- 

bioncello 42.53 17.30 14 

Hymettas Mods, Telo- 

vnni. 37.58 23.49 16 

Hypaea I., Titan 43.1 6.27 8 

Hypaipa, Tepnya 38.13 27.54 19 

Hyp&nis F., Boug 48.20 30.0 2 

Hyp&nis F., Kouhan..». 45.5 39.0 3 

Hyparodes 41.8 29.2 26 

Ily pata, ^eopa<ra 38.52 22.12 15 

HypSLtas M., Samala,,., 38.23 23.25 16 
Uyperborei (or Riphaei) 

Monies, S, part of 

Ural 68.0 60.0 2 

Ilypertele&tam... 36.39 22.54 18 

Hyphanteiam M 38.33 22.55 16 

Uypb&fiis F., Oarra, or 

Sutlej.,, 30.0 73.0 3 

Jlypia M., TVcAite /)a^A 41.0 31.30 20 

llypius F., Milan Su..., 41.0 31.0 20 

llypocremnos 38.19 26.40 19 

Hypaas F., Belliei. 37.40 12.52 12 

IlypKos F., Z?ra^o 37.16 13.34 12 

Uypil? 36.41 22.29 18 

llypsirisma I., Kappari 36.56 27.10 19 

llypsus, Stemnitza 37.33 22.5 18 

HvRCANfA 36.20 56.0 3 

llyrc3num (or Caspium) 

M., Caspian Sea..,^., 40.0 52.0 3 
Hyrio, Gon5pe, or Lysi- 

machin, L., Zygot, or 

Angelokntiro 38.34 21.23 15 

Ilyria, or Uria, Oria,... 40.29 17.38 9 
Ilyrmlna, Khlewutnaf 

or Kattro ( (kui^ 

Tornwe) 37.63 21.9 18 

Hysaees F 1 

Ilysiae (Argolis) 37.31 22.35 18 

Hysiae (Boeotia) 38.13 23.22 16 

Hyspriatis 40.20 41.0 22 

Hy»8U8 Portas, Surme- 

neh 40.57 40.5 20 

L 

ladera, Zara 44.6 15.13 14 

laiysns, Paleo.Rhodo9.. 36.24 28.11 19 

lambo, Yembo 24.5 88.5 3 

lainnium Pr., St. John't 

Point 64.14 6.40W 5 

Inpis P 38.3 23.26 16 

^lapj^des 45.0 15.20 14 

lAProiA, or Mkssapia 40.30 17.40 9 
lapygium, or SalenU- 

nura, Prom., Capo dx 

Leuea 39.48 18.22 9 

lapj^^um tria Prom., O, 

Oaatefla, O. Bizxuto, 

a della Nave.: 38.56 17.0 9 

Fartmnus F 35.27 23.53 19 

|a.oiu%or Barp^yliStes S., 

G. of If^ndelyah 37.15 27.25 . | 19 



RAMICfl. LAT. LOHQ. 

lassioram MuDlcipiam ? 

Ja9$y 47«.5' 27«».24' 

lasus, or lassus 37.17 27.36 

lalxnum, Jleaux 48.58 2.53 

latrippa, Yathnb, or 

Medina 25.0 39.58 

latras F., Jantra 43.12 23.20 

*Iazjfges Metanastae... 47.30 20.0 

•Iberi 

Ibrria ^ 42.10 44.0 

IberiaePylae? n.Micheta^ 

N. of Tifiit, 41.50 44.45 

IbCrus F., Ebro 41.18 0.0 

Ibes, 76i 38.36 0.35 w 

Ibium? 28.15 80.44 

Ibliodiiram, Hannon- 

vilU au Panage 49. 17 6.48 

Ibora 39.53 85.45 

Icaria I., Nikaria 37.35 26.10 

Icarium Mare 37.12 26.30 

Icarthon M 38.7 23.58 

Icauna F., Yonne 47.50 3.30 

*IcSni, or SimSni 52.25 1.0 

Ichana? Jchana, or 

Scibino 36.45 15.6 

Ichnae 40.41 22.33 

Icbnae, Konait 36.10 39.1 

♦Ichthyophigi 25.45 60.0 

*Ichthyopb&gi Ae- 

thiopes 8.0 10.0 w 

Icbthys Prom., C. Kat<i- 

h>lo 37.38 21.19 

Icidmagas, Yimingeaux 45.9 4.7 

Tconiam, Koniyeh 37.53 32.49 ' 

Icos I., PeriHteri 39.10 23.58 

Icosium, Algiert 36.48 8.4 

Ictis I. (of DiodOras), 

St. MichaeV* Mounts 50.7 5.28 W 
Ictamulorum Vicas?.... 45.46 8.4 
Iculisma, Angotdime.... 45.38 0.10 
Ida Mods (Greta), Pti- 

loriti 35.13 24.50 

Ida Mens (Troas) 40.0 26.45 

Idex F., /rfic« 44.27 11.30 

Idimum, Hataan Pa»ha 

Palanka 44.16 20.65 

IdomSne, Paleokulia... 39.3 21.7 
Idrias, aft. StratonicSa, 

E»ki-hi$»ar 37.17 28.11 

IdubSda Mons, Sierra 

IfoncayOfdfc 41.0 1.40 W 

Idumaea 31.0 35.17 

Idyros, Egder. 36.36 30.36 

lena AesU, Wigton Bay 54.50 4.20 
lerabriga, or Arabrica, 

Alenquer 39.2 8.56 W 

Irrnb, or Itbrnta...... 

I«tae? 37.53 13.7 

Igilgilis, Jiljel, or Jijeli 36.50 5.45 

Igilium I., Oiglio 42.20 10.58 

Tgavium, Gubbio 43.21 12.34 

11a? Jilla Abad 26.46 63.57 

Ildum, Torre Blanco,,,. 40.16 0.14 

Ilei 37.25 23.19 

*Ilerca5nes 40.40 0.10 

Ilerda, Lerida 41.40 0.30 

♦IlergStes 41.40 0..30 

1\\q\, Elche 38.18 0.39 w 

IlieitanusS 38.0 0.20 w 

Illpa 37.40 6.18 w 

IlTpa, NieUa 37.24 6.30 w 

IlipQia M., Sierra Ne- 
vada 37.8 4.0 w 

IHssusF 37.58 23.44 

Ilium, orTroja (Cestria), 

Palea Venetia 39.34 20.23 

Ilium-novum, Hittnrjik 39.57 26.15 
IllibSris, n. Granada..., 37.18 3.51 W 
IllibSris, aft. Helena, 

Elue 42.36 2.58 

IllibSris, or Ticbis, F., 

Tech 42.35 2.50 

lUiturgis, .Anrfw/ar , 38.1 4.3 w 



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IlltrIcum 410.40' 18«0' 

Ilorcl, Lorea 37.42 1.54 w 

UaTOf Alora 36.53 4.44 w 

Iluro, Mataro 41.33 2.28 

Iluro, OUron 43.11 0.37 w 

Ilva, or Aethalia I., 

Elba. 42.47 10.15 

Imach&ra, Cerami. 87.46 14.32 

ImSas M., Beloortagh, 

Altai, &e 38.0 72.0 

Im barns M., Gurengli 

Dagh 36.25 82.50 

ImbriLsnsF 37.43 26.55 

Imbros, Kantro:. 40.14 25.54 

Imbros I., Imbro 40.10 25.50 

Imus Pyrenaens, jS'f. J«on 

Pied de Port 43.9 1.18 

Inachorinm 35.19 23.31 

In&cbas F., Banitza 37.43 22.37 

lo&ohus F., River of 

Ariadha 88.56 21.11 

In Apennino, Matarana 44.16 9.ZS 
Inarlme, Aenaria, or 

Pitheeasa I., Jeehia,. 40.44 13.54 

Inatus 35.4 25.20 

Indenea. 44.21 16.25 

India extra Gangem, 

Indo-Ckineee Penin- 

eula 20.0 100.0 

India . intra Gangem, 

Hindooetan 26.0 78.0 

Indlcus Oce&nns, Indian 

Oeeah 0.0 70.0 

♦Indigetea 42.15 2.50 

Indus F., Indue 31.0 70.54 

Indus F. ? Doloman 

Tehai. 87.10 29.10 

Tndustria, Monteu 45.10 7.59 

*Ingaani 44.0 8.5 

Ingena, Avranchee 48.42 1.20 w 

Imcemmf Poeega 45.21 17.43 

In Monte Haemo 42.44 25.24 

Insani Montes, Monti 

di Limbara 40.54 9.12 

•Insubres..; 45.30 4.0 

♦Insfibres 45.35 9.0 

IirsuLlRUM PROviirciA 37.0 26.0 

•Intemeli! 43.50 7.45 

Interamna, Teramo 42.41 13.42 

Int«ramna (ad Lirim)... 41.15 13.41 
Interamna(Umbroram), 

Terni 42.35 12.41 

Interamnium 39.40 16.18 

loteramnium. Villas 

roane 42.22 6.30 w 

Interamnium Flavium? 

Bembibre 42.36 0.35 w 

Intcrcatia? 42.1 5.20 w 

In terocrea,/ntorGf oco, or 

AtUrodoco 42.25 13.6 

Interpromium,& Valen- 
tino 42.11 14.2 

Intiblli, Torre del SoL,. 40.31 0.30 
lol, affc. CaesarSa, Sher- 

•hell 36.37 2.12 

lolcus, Volo 39.24 22.57 

lomnium? ifar«a/Vi Am 36.54 4.20 

Ion, or los, Kolinee 37.17 22.22 

Ionia 38.0 27.0 

lonopSIis, for. Aboni- 

teicbos, Ineboli. 41.57 3.3.46 

Tos, Nio 36.43 25.17 

los I., Nio 36.43 25.20 

los, or Ion, Kolinee. 37.17 22.22 

Tpngrum, 0a«no 37.41 4.25 w 

Ipnoi? Zagora 39.29 23.5 

Tpsus 38.41 30.52 

Irennpdlis, for. Beroea? 

Eeki Sngra 42..30 25.44 

Iria, Voghera 44.59 9.1 

Iria F., Staffora i.. 45.0 9.2 

Iria Flavia, or Pria, El 

Padron 42.38 8..38 w 

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VAHBS. TJiT. Loire. 

:rine L, Yp^ili. 37".26' 23*».0' 

Tie F., Yftkil frmnk.,. 41.0 36.38 

rrhesia I.? Ptathoura 39.29 24.10 

>, or AeopSlis, Hit 33.36 42.52 

[sica F., J?jre 60.38 3.27 W 

i8jinnavatift, or Bena- 

venfa. Burrow HUlf 

n. Vftventry 52.16 1.8 W 

UHm ¥., I»^re 45.5 5.10 

[?araF., Owe 49.30 2.50 

M8arci 45.46 8.45 

[«arus F., /*nr 48.30 12.0 

[sACRiA 37.30 32.30 

[en urns, or Pisaurus, F., 

Foglia 43.47 12.30 

[aca Damnoniorumy 

Exeter 50.43 3.32 W 

[sea (Silarum), Caer- 

leon^ 51.37 2.57 W 

UchlS^Vis, ffrhe»ter 51.0 2.40 W 

[scina, r. at Rat Benja- 

wad 30.50 18.10 

[ginisca, Asehhack 48.5 11.55 

[sionda 36.57 30.22 

[sis F., Titcholoki 41.54 41.50 

Uiurn 29.23 31.15 

[pjum M 21.10 36.30 

[•:roaru8 

rsrnenus F 38.20 23.19 

[soman tas, or Hop- 

liaj, F 38.22 22.54 

[ssa, L\»aa 43.4 16.10 

[sjsicus S., 0, of Scan- 

deroon 36.40 35.50 

[ssus?.. 36.56 36.8 

[8tcr (or Dannbius) F., 

Donauj or Danube,.,, 44.0 26.20 
[sthmus, I»thmu» of Co- 

rinlh 37.57 23.0 

[sthmus (Doris) 36.47 28.5 

[ftone M.? 39.44 19.50 

[stria, or HlSTRIAy 

/Htria 45.16 14.0 

Istron •••... ........ ..••...•< tid.o Zd.44 

l»tTo^6\\9, JCargaliuk,,, 44.25 28.48 

Fatros I., r«/i'. 36.40 27.10 

[fariuni, Aldborough,.,, 54.6 1.22 w 

[sua? 38.27 23.28 

[Uibyriuin. or Ataby- 

riiim (Mt. Tabor), 

Jebel et-toor 32.42 35.26 

[talia., /faTy 43.0 12.0 

Ltallca, Sontiportee 37.29 6.51 W 

[iSnuoi Pr.7 C. Sula- 

mon, or Sal/none 35.10 26.19 

tSnuB, Itafjma 35.8 26.16 

tbaca I.. Ithaca 38.25 20.40 

thoine, Fannn'. „, 39.24 21.27 

tboria, St. Elian 38.30 21.16 

titira Prom., C. Grit 

Nez 50.52 1.35 

tins Portns, Wiuani.., 50.53 1.40 

ton, orltSnus 39.8 22.41 

tiice, or Utica, Bon- 

ehater 37.9 10.2 

tflna Aest., Soltoay 

Firth 54.55 3.25 W 

TiTRAEA, El-Jeidoor,.., 33.10 36.0 

vlHs, Zea 37.38 24.21 

VBRNiA, or Ibrnb 

Tia, or Juvia, F., 

Jabia 4.3.32 8.5 w 

xia, Lanathi 36.1 27.58 

J. 

iibadli. or Sabadii, I"? 

Jftrn, 4te 7.0 110.0 

ft^ihok F., Nohr Zitrka Z2.U 35.50 
ilM>sh-gilead? In Wady 

Yabet 32.29 35.44 

li'CH. Jora 42.31 0.:nw 

Jacoctfeni 42.30 0.30 w 

luioia^ Vebna 31.61 34.46 



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KAVBS. LIT. X.0RO. 

Jamno, or Jamna, Cfiu- 

dadela 39«.59' 3«.63' 

Japbia, Ya/a 32.41 35.18 

Jarmuth, Yarmook 31.42 .34.68 

Jasonium Pr., 0. Jaeon 41.7 37.39 

Jattir, Atteer. 31.21 35.6 

Jaxartes F., Sir, or 

Sihoon 44.0 68.25 

Jazer, n. Ain Hnzeir,,,, 32.3 35.46 

JenyBus, Khan Y%ma9,„ 31.18 34.18 
Jericho (Hiftrlcas), n. 

Er.Riha 31.51 35.28 

Jerasalem, El-Koode,., 31.47 35.14 
Jezreel (Esdraelon), 

Zereen 32.34 85.21 

JoDnaria , 44.7 16.25 

Joppa, JajTa 32.3 34.46 

Jordan F., Nahr eU 

Kebir 32.10 35.36 

Jordan, Plain of ( Aulon, 

or Ma[^u8 Gampas), 

El-Qhor 32.20 85.35 

Jotap&ta, Jf/VJ* 32.51 35.17 

Jovia, Apathia 46.16 16..30 

Jovia Urii Templura.... 41.9 29.10 

3ov\»uT^f Egg':iifelden,„ 48.24 12.47 

JuDABA 31.40 35.0 

Julia, T»chai 38.38 31.6 

Jalia Augnsta (for. Ae> 

in5na), Laybaeh 46.4 14.31 

Julia Constantia, or 

Zilig, Arzilla,. 35.29 6.1 w 

Julia Fidenti% Borgo 

S. Donino 44.53 10.6 

Julia Gemella (Acd), 

Guadix eUViejo 37.22 8.19 w 

Julia Oordus, Gordin.., 38.56 28.28 
Julia Joxa, aft. Trans- 

ducta, Tari/a 36.0 6.37 w 

Julia Libj^ca? Pmg- 

cerda ;.... 42.26 1.56 

Julia Myrtllis, Mertola 37.40 7.28 w 

Juliacuin, Juliert, 50.66 6.21 

Julias (Bethsaida), Et- 

Tell 32.58 35.40 

JuUobSna, Liflebonne,,, 49.31 0.31 

Juliobriga, Eeynoea 43.0 3.67 W 

JuIioniEpis, aft. Ande- 

chyK, Angern 47.28 0.33 W 

Juliop5lis, Ibol. 38.10 39.15 

Juliopdlis, or Qordium.. 40.4 31.36 
Julium Carnlcam, Zu- 

glio 46.27 13.3 

Juncaria, Junquera 42.24 2.53 

Junonia I.? Pa^wa 28.46 17.60 W 

JunSnis Fontes, Col- 

diero 45.23 11.14 

JunOnia Laciniae Tern- 
plum 39.6 17.11 

JunGnis Pr., C, Trafal- 
gar 86.11 6.1 w 

Jupiter, Temple of 

(Aegina)? 37.45 23.32 

Jupiter Palenius, Tem- 
ple of, Campo di 

Qiove 42.0 14.3 

Jura(orJura88us) Mods, 

Aft. Jura 47.0 6.40 

Ju8tin5poli8,for.Aegida, 

CnpodTMtna 45.32 13.44 

Juttah, Yutta 31.28 35.9 

Juvavum, Salzburg 47.48 13.4 

Juvia, or Ivia, F., Jubia 43.32 8.6 W 

K. 

Kadesh (in Paran), or 

Kadesb-bamea, Ain 

Kadee 30.34 34.28 

Kadesh (in Zin) ? Ain- 

el-Weiheh. 30.41 35.22 

Kaloi LimSnes, Fair 

Havena 34.56 24.48 

Kanah, AT^na 33.16 95.18 



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Eanah F., Nakr eU 

Areouf 32M8' S4«.66' 21 

Kedesb, Kedee 33.9 36.31 21 

Kerioth, EUKuryetein,, 31.22 86.11 21 

Kersus F., Merhs* Su.„ 36.39 36.11 20 
Kidron, or Cedron, F., 

Wady er-Bahib 81.44 86.20 21 

Eir of Moab (Cbaraz), 

Eerak 31.15 36.46 21 

Eirjath-arba (Hebron), 

El-Ehuleel 31.33 86.9 21 

Eirjath-jearim, or Baa- 

lah, Kuryet el-Enab„ 31.49 86.7 21 
Eishon F., Nakr Jfu- 

kutta 32.47 85.6 21 

L. 

•Labeates 42.0 19.40 14 

LabeStis L., L, of Sku^ 

tan 42.5 19.20 14 

Labicum, Co^onna 41.61 12.46 11 

Lnbranda 37.26 27.50 19 

Lacedaemon, or Sparta, 

n. i/iVro 37.5 22.26 18 

•Lacetani 42.0 1.60 7 

LacCter Pr., 0, Kephala, 

or Krokilo Pt 36.40 27.0 19 

Lacbish? 31.32 84.59 21 

Laoiacnm, V'6cklamarkt 48.0 13.51 14 

Laci&dae? 37.59 23.43 17 

Lacinium Prom., Capo 

delle Colonne, or G, 

J^ao 89.5 17.13 9 

Lacipea, Deleitoaa 39.36 6.36 W 7 

Laoippo, Aleeippe, n, 

Caearet 36.25 6.18 w 7 

Lacmon M., Metwovo,,,, 39.53 21.30 15 

Lacobriga, Za^o*. 37.9 8.38 w 7 

Lacobriga, Villa Laco., 42.30 4.34 w 7 

Laconia 37.30 22.40 18 

Laconlcus S., G, of 

Kolokythia 36.40 22.40 18 

Laootene? Ftrani^AeAr 38.6 38.9 20 
Lacron F., Lenero 

Ved'ra 42.26 8.30w 7 

LactodOrum, Towceater 52.8 0.59 W 6 

Lactnra, Leetoure 43.56 0.38 6 

Lacus Lausoniua, Lau- 

eanne 46.32 6.38 A 

Laou8 Prills, Logo di 

Caetiglione 42.46 11.0 8 

Lade 1 37.32 27.14 19 

Ladoceia 37.24 22.10 18 

LadonF 37.50 21.32 18 

Ladon F., Bufa 87.40 21.61 18 

Laea, or Aphrodite, I., 

AUHiera 32.50 22.34 23 

Laerta 36.28 32.11 20 

♦Laevi 45.15 8.50 8 

Lagana F., Lahn 60.20 8.0 25 

Lagania. 40.4 82.1 20 

Lagana, Noeara 40.6 16.27 9 

Lagina, Lakina 37.21 28.18 20 

Lagaaae I"? 39.56 26.6 19 

Lftii 38.21 26.0 19 

Laish, or Dan, Tell el- 

Kady 33.17 35..38 21 

Lalassis 36.40 32.80 20 

♦Laletani 41.40 2.30 7 

Lamate? 44.36 17.20 14 

Lambasa, Verba, or 

Tezout 35.1 6.15 23 

Larabrns F., Lambro,,.. 45.20 9.21 8 

Lametia, S. Eufemia.,. 39.3 16.14 9 

Lametus F., Lamato.,,, 38.55 16.17 

humxfi, Zeitouni 38.54 22.24 16 

Larainium, Don Sancho 38.57 3.4 w 7 

Lamos, Lanuu 36..34 34.17 20 

Lam6ti8 36.37 34.0 20 

Lampe, or Lappa 35.19 24.20 19 

Lampeia M., Olonoe 37.58 21.51 18 

Larape&cn9, Lameaki,., 40.20 26.40 19 

Lamptra inferior 37.49 23.51 U 

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HAVES. LAT. LOHO. 

Hy^lnt Prom., Utek^ 

Keuekeh 38<>.49' 260-64' 

Hydramum. Dhramia.^ 35.21 24.21 

Hydraotes F., Ravee,.,. Sl.O 73.30 

Hydrea I., Hydra 37.20 23.30 

Uydrus F., fdro 40.8 . 18.26 

HydruSy or HydraDtunii 

Otrnnto 40.8 18.29 

Hydrussa I., Pratw 37.50 23.45 

Uy£l€, Bl6a, or Velia, 

Ctintelamare dtlla 

Bruca 40.8 15.8 

Hyettus ....«« 38.31 23.5 

Hyeta98u I., Oaidaro.,,, 37.28 27.0 

Ilyla, orHyda 36.43 28.11 

Ilylaethus F., Morno,,. 38.30 22.10 

Ilyle? PaUokantro 38.25 23.15 

IlyliasF.? 39.34 16.42 

Hyllca L., Sentina, or 

Livadhi 38.23 23.15 

Hylla!cu8 Portus 39.35 19.55 

•Hylli 44.0 15.36 

Hyllis PeniDsula? Sa- 

bioneello 42.53 17.30 

Hymettas Mods, Tela- 

vuni, 37.58 23.49 

Hypaea I., Titan 43.1 6.27 

Hypaipa, Tepnya 38.13 27.54 

llyp&nis P., Bong 48.20 30.0 

Hyp&nis F., Kouhan,,,, 45.5 39.0 

Ilyparodes 41.8 29.2 

Hypata, J\^«opaera 38.52 22.12 

IIyp&tu8 M., Samnta.... 38.23 23.25 
llyperborei (or Riphaei) 

MontM, S, part of 

Ural 58.0 60.0 

Ilyperteleitum 36.39 22.54 

Ilyphanteiam M 38.33 22.55 

llyph&«i8 F.y Oarra, or 

SutleJ 30.0 73.0 

llypiaM., TtchilaDagh 41.0 31.30 

Hypiu8 P., Milan Su.„. 41.0 31.0 

llypocremnos 38.19 26.40 

Ilypsas P., Btllici, 37.40 12.52 

Hypnaa P., i?/-a^o 37.16 13.34 

Hyp«»? 86.41 22.29 

Ilypsirisma L, Kappari 36.56 27.10 

IlypsuB, Siemnitza 37.33 22.5 

JlyRCAsiA 36.20 -56.0 

llyrcSnum (or Caepium) 

M., Caspian Sea..,^., 40.0 52.0 
Hyria, Gon5pe, or LysU 

inachin, L., Zygot, or 

Angelokantro 38.34 21.23 

Hyria, or Uria, Oria..,, 40.29 17.38 
Ilyrmina, Khlewntna, 

or Kattro ( Catt^ 

Tornene) 37.53 21.9 

Ilysaees F 

IIy«ine (ArgoHs) 37.31 22.35 

Hyaiae (Boeotia) 38.13 23.22 

IItspriatis 40.20 41.0 

Hys8U8 PortaSy Surme' 

neh 40.57 40.6 

L 

XndeT%Znra 44.6 16.13 

Ial)f8tt8, PaUo-Rhodot., 36.24 28.11 

lambo, Yemho 24.5 88.5 

lauinium Pr., St. John't 

Point 64.14 6.40 w 

Tnpis P 88.3 23.26 

^Upfdw 45.0 15.20 

Iapyoia, or MsssAPrA 40.30 17.40 
lapygtam, or Salenti- 

num, Prom.y Capo di 

letiea 39.48 18.22 

lap^gum tria Prom., C. 

0<i9teHa, C. Bizzuto, 

a delta Nave.: 38.56 17.0 

rnnlanus P 35.27 23.53 

lasius, or Bar^i^ylietes S., 

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RAMES. LAT. LOHO. MAP, 

lassiorum Municipiam ? 

Ja»9y 47«.5' 27«.24' 14 

lasas, or Ia88U8 37.17 27.36 19 

latinam, i/«atix 48.58 2.53 6 

latrippa, Yathrihi or 

Medina 25.0 39.68 3 

latrus F., Jantra 43.12 25.20 14 

*Iazj^ge8 Metaoastae... 47.30 20.0 14 

•Iberi 1 

Ibrria 42.10 44.0 22 

IberiaePylae? n.Mncheta, 

N.ofTifli» 41.50 44.45 22 

Ib8ru8 P., '£;6ro 41.18 0.0 7 

Ibcs, /6». 38.36 0.35 w 7 

Ibium? 28.15 30.44 24 

Ibliodarum, Hannon- 

ville au Panagt, 4917 6.48 6 

Ibora 39.53 35.45 20 

Icaria I., Nikaria 37.35 26.10 19 

Icarium Mare 37.12 26.30 19 

Icarthon M 38.7 23.58 26 

Icaana P., Tonne 47.50 3.30 6 

*Iceni, or Simdni 62.25 1.0 6 

Ichana? Jchana, or 

Scihino 36.45 15.6 12 

Ichnae 40.41 22.33 15 

Ichnae, ^oifat> 36.10 39.1 22 

«Iobthyoph&gi 25.46 60.0 3 

*Ichtbyoph&gi Ae- 

thidpes 8.0 10.0 w 

Ichthys Prom., C. Kata- 

k*,U> 37.38 21.19 

Icidmagna, Yimngeaux 45.9 4.7 

loonium, Koniyeh 37.53 32.49 ' 

Icos I., Perinteri 39.10 23.58 

Icoaium, Algiers 86.48 3.4 

lotia I. (of DiodOras), 

iSSr. MichaeVe Mount.,. 60.7 6.28 W 

IctumaloramYicus?.... 45.46 8.4 

Iculisma, Angonlime.,.. 45.38 0.10 
Ida Mods (Greta), Pti- 

loriti 36.13 24.60 

Ida Mons (Troaa) 40.0 26.45 

Idex P., Tdice 44.27 11.30 

Idimum, Hassan Pasha 

Palanka 44.16 20.55 

IdomSne, PaleokuHa... 39.3 21.7 
Idriaa, aft. StratonicSa, 

Eski-hissar 37.17 28.11 

Idubfida Mons, Sierra 

MoneayOfite 41.0 1.40 w 

Idumaea 31.0 35.17 

Idyroa, Egder. 36.36 30.36 

lena AesU, Wigton Bay 54.50 4.20 
lorabriga, or Arabrica, 

Alenquer 39.2 8.66 W 

Irrnb, or Iybrria 

I«tae? 37.53 13.7 

Igilgilis, Jiljel, or Jijeli 36.50 6.46 

Igilium I., Oiglio 42.20 10.58 

Iguvium, Gahhio 43.21 12.34 

11a? Jilla Abad 26.46 63.67 

Ildum, 7orr« Blanea..,. 40.16 0.14 

Ilei 37.25 23.19 

*Ilerca$De8 40.40 0.10 

Ilerda, lerida 41.40 0.30 

♦IlergStes 41.40 0.30 

Tlici. Elche 38.18 0.39 w 

Ilicit&QuaS 3S.0 0.20 w 

Illpa 37.40 5.1 8 ▼ 

IlTpa, Niehla 37.24 6.30 w 

IlipQia M., Sierra Ne- 
vada 37.8 4.0 w 

IlissuaP 37.58 23.44 

Ilium, orTroja(Ce8tria), 

PaUa Venetia 39.34 20.23 

Ilium-novum, Hisunrjik 39.67 26.15 

[IlibSris, n. Orannda..., 37.18 3.51 w 
Illib^ris, aft UelSna, 

Elne 42.36 2.58 

Illibgria, or Tichia, P., 

Tech 42.35 2.50 

niitttrgis, iifi(/u/ar 38.1 4.3 w 



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IlltrIcuk 410.40' IS^.O' 

Ilorci, Irorea 37.42 1.54 w 

l\uTOt Alora 86.53 4.44 w 

Ilaro, Mataro 41.33 2.28 

Iluro, Oliron.. 43.11 0.37 w 

IlTa, or Aethalia L, 

Elba 42.47 10.15 

Imach&ra, Cerami. 37.46 14.32 

Im&ua M., Beloortaghf 

Altaif &c 38.0 72.0 

Imbarus M., Ourengli 

Dagh 86.25 32.50 

Imbr&suaP 37.43 26.55 

Imbros, JTaWro.. 40.14 25.54 

Imbros I., /m6ro 40.10 25.50 

Imas Pyrenaeu8,^<.«/eof» 

Pied de Port 43.9 1.13 

Inachorium 35.19 23.31 

In&chas P., Banitza 37.43 22.37 

In&chns P., River of 

Ariadha.. 38.55 21.11 

In Apennino, Matarana 44.16 9.38 
Inarlme, Aenaria, or 

Pithedisa I., /mAio.. 40.44 13.54 

Inatua 35.4 25.20 

Indenea. 44.21 16.25 

India extra Gangem, 

Indo-Chinese Penin- 
sula 20.0 lOO.O 

Ihdia. intra Oangem, 

Hindoostan 26.0 78.0 

Indlcua Oce&nns, Indian 

Ocean ,.... 0.0 70.0 

*Indig€te8 42.15 2.50 

Indua P., Indus 31.0 70.54 

Indus P. ? Doloman 

Tehai. 37.10 29.10 

Induatria, Monteu 45.10 7.59 

•Ingauni 44.0 8.5 

Ingena, ^i;rancA«« 48.42 1.20 w 

Inicemm, Posega 45.21 17.43 

In Monte Haemo 42.44 25.24 

Ins&ni Montea, Monti 

di Limbara. 40.64 9.12 

•Insubrea... 45..30 4.0 

♦Inettbrea 45.36 9.0 

IifSULlRiTM Provihcia 87.0 26.0 

•Intemelii 43.60 7.45 

Interamna, Teramo 42.41 13.42 

Interamna (ad Lirim)... 41.15 13.41 
Interamna(Umbrorum), 

Temi 42.35 12.41 

Interamnium 39.40 16.18 

Intcramnium, Villa- 

roane 42.22 6.30 w 

Interamnium Flaviumf 

Betnbibre 42.36 6.35 w 

Intcrcatia? 42.1 5.20 w 

Interoorea, Interdoco, or 

Antrodoco 42.26 13.6 

Interpromium,i9. VaUn- 

tino 42.11 14.2 

Intiblli, Torre del SoL.. 40.31 0.30 
lol, afl. CaesarSa, Sher- 

shell 36.37 2.12 

lolcua, Voh 39.24 22.57 

lomnium? ifitrrffa /ViAm 36.54 4.20 

Ion, or Io8, Kolines 37.17 22.22 

Ionia 38.0 27.0 

lonopSIis, for. Aboni- 

teicboa, Ineboli. 41.67 3.3.46 

loa, Nio 36.43 25.17 

Io8 I., Nio 36.43 25.20 

los, or Ion, Kolines 37.17 22.22 

Ipagrum, iJatfifa 37.41 4.25 w 

Tpnoi? Zagora 39.29 23.5 

Ipsus 38.41 30.52 

Irenopfilis, for. Beroea? 

Enki Sngra 42..30 25.44 

Iria, Voghera 44.59 9.1 

Iria P., iSta/bra i.. 45.0 9.2 

Iria Flavia, or Pria, El 

Padron 42.38 8.38 w 

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HAMISfl. T>AT. LONG. 

rtne L, Yp^ili. 37«.26' 23o.O' 

ris P.. Yrthil Irmok... 41.0 36.38 

rrhesia I.? Pttathoura 39.29 24.10 

ft, or AeopSliSi Hit 33.36 42.52 

<«5ca F., Ejce 60.38 3.27 w 

sannavatia, or Benn- 

venta. Burrow Hill, 

n. Dnventry 52.16 1.8 ▼ 

*Xra F., Mre 45.5 5.10 

para F., Oi»e 49.30 2.50 

laarci. 45.46 8.45 

.<«;iru? F., /«ar 48.30 12.0 

SAURIA- 37.30 32.30 

saurus, or Pisaorus, F., 

Foglia « 43.47 12.30 

9ca Daninonioram, 

Exeter 50.43 3.32 W 

sea (Silarum), Caer- 

nchSli?, /fchettter 51.0 2.40 W 

^Hcina, r. at Rat BenJO' 

wad 30.50 18.10 

^siinisca, Aaehbach 48.5 11.55 

..^tonda • 36.57 30.22 

MsF., Tscholoki 41.54 41.50 

slum 29.23 31.15 

>ium M 21.10 36.30 

>marn8 

sDienus F 38.20 23.19 

ii^omaDtuSy or Hop- 

lia«, F 38.22 22.54 

>sa, Li«9a 43.4 16.10 

ierlcus S., 0. of Sean- 

derooti 36.40 35.50 

8SUS? 36.56 36.8 

.»tCT (or DanuMus) F., 

DonaUf or Danube.,.. 44.0 26.20 
>thmus, lathmu* of Co^ 

rinth 37.57 23.0 

sthraus (Doris) 36.47 28.5 

;s<t<5ne M.? 39.44 19.50 

iSTRIA, or HiSTRIA, 

htria 45.15 14.0 

scroll .......•.....*.....•••• tjO.o i.0.44 

[?tropdli9. Kurgaliuk... 44.25 28.48 

:atros I., Ynh\ 36.40 27.10 

Lsorium, Aldborough,.,. 54.6 1.22 w 

>U9? 38.27 23.28 

itAhyriuiD, or Ataby- 

rium (Mt. Tabor), 

Jebel et-foor. 32.42 35.25 

Italia, Italy 43.0 12.0 

talica, Sfintiponre 37.29 5.51 W 

tanum Pr.? C. SaUi- 

monf or Salmone. 35.10 26.19 

tSnus, /tnffnia 35.8 26.16 

thaca I.. Ithaca 38.25 20.40 

thSinc, Fanari. ^. 39.24 21.27 

tboria, St. Elia» 38.30 21.16 

tiura Prom., C. Grit 

Nez 50.52 1.35 

tlu3 Portns, Wiwant... 50.53 1.40 

ton, or Itonos 39.8 22.41 

iQce, or Utlca, Bw^ 

»hater 37.9 10.2 

tana Aest, Solway 

Firth 54.55 3.25 w 

TVKAKA, El-Jeidoor.,.. 33.10 36.0 

u\i8, Zea 37.38 24.21 

VRRNiA, or Ibrxb 

via. or Juvia, P., 

Jubia 4Ji.32 8.5 w 

xia, Lanathi 36.1 27.58 

J. 

nbadii, or Sabadii, !■•? 

,ATra, <f e 7.0 110.0 

fihbok Y.,NahrZnrka 32.14 35.50 
;i}M'Hh-gilead? la Wudy 

Yfihe^ .. ....«*...... 32.29 35.44 

if-ea. JW«o 42.31 0.31 w 

Jaccctlini 42.30 0.30 w 

iuinia, Yehna 31.51 34.45 



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Jamno, or Jamna, Oiu- 

dadela 390.59' 3*».53' 

Japhia, Ya/a 32.41 35.18 

.Tarmutb, Yarmook 31.42 34.58 

Jasoninm Pr., G. Jaton 41.7 37.39 

Jattir, Atteer 31.21 85.5 

Jaxartea F., Sir, or 

Sihoon 44.0 68.25 

Jazer, n. Ain Hazeir.... 32.3 35.46 

JenysuB, Khan Yunat... 31.18 34.18 
Jericbo (Hiericus), n. 

Er.Riha 31.51 35.28 

Jerasalem, El-Koode... 31.47 85.14 
Jezreel (Esdraelon), 

Zereen 32.34 35.21 

Jonnaria , 44.7 16.25 

Joppa, ./o^a 32.3 34.45 

Jordan F., Nahr tU 

Kebir 32.10 35.36 

Jordan, Plain of ( Aulon, 

or Mafrnag Campus), 

El-Ohor 32.20 35.35 

Jotap&ta, JcfAt 32.51 35.17 

.lovia, Apaihia 46.16 16..30 

Jovia Urii Templum.... 41.9 29.10 

3 QvXBxxTVk, Eggisnfelden.„ 48.24 12.47 

JuDABA 31.40 35.0 

Julia, Ttehai 38.38 31.5 

Julia Augusta (for. Ae- 

m5Da), Laybaeh 46.4 14.81 

Julia Constantia, or 

Zilis, Arzilla^ 36.29 6.1 w 

Julia Fidentia, Borgo 

S. Donino 44.53 10.6 

Julia Gemella (Acci), 

Onadix eUViejo 37.22 8.19 w 

Julia Gordus, Gordiu... 38.55 28.28 
Julia Joza, aft Trans- 

dueta, Tari/a 36.0 6.37 w 

Julia Libj^ca ? Pnig- 

eerda „... 42.26 1.56 

Julia MyrtTlis, Mertola 37.40 7.28 w 

Juliacum, Jnliert 60.56 6.21 

Julias (Bethsaida), Et- 

Tell 32.58 85.40 

JuHobSna, Lillebonne... 49.31 0.31 

Juliobriga, Beynota 43.0 3.67 W 

Julioni&^us, aft. Ande- 

ctivif Angert 47.28 0.33 ▼ 

Jnliopdlis, Ibol. 38.10 39.15 

JuliopSlis, or Gordium.. 40.4 81.35 
Julium Carnlcum, Zu' 

glio 46.27 13.3 

Juncaria, Junquera 42.24 2.53 

Junonia 1.7 Pa/ma 28.45 17.50 ▼ 

Junonis Pontes, Cal- 

diero 45.23 11.14 

JunOnis Laciniae Tem- 
plum 39.5 17.11 

Junonis Pr., C. Trafal- 
gar 36.11 6.1 w 

Jupiter, Temple of 

(Aegina)? 37.46 23.32 

Jupiter Palenius, Tem- 
ple of, Campo di 

Giove 42.0 14.3 

Jura (orJurassus) Mons, 

Mt.Jnra 47.0 6.40 

Justin5poUs,for.Aegida, 

Capo d'htria 45.32 13.44 

Juttah, Yutta 31.28 35.9 

Juvavum, Salzburg 47.48 13.4, 

Juvia, or Ivia, P., Jubia 43.32 8.6 w 

Kadesb (in Pnran), or 

Kadesb-barnea, Ain 

Koden 30.34 34.28 

Kade.ob (in Zin) ? Ain- 

el^W^iheh 30.41 35.22 

Kaloi LimSnes, Fair 

HavenH 34.56 24.48 

Eanoh, Kdna 33.15 85.18 



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Eanah F., Nahr tU 

Artonf 82M8' 84«.56' 21 

Kedesh, Kedet 33.9 36.31 21 

Kerioth, EUKuryetein.. 81.22 35.11 21 

Eersus F., Merktm 8a.„ 36.39 36.11 20 

Eidron, or Gedron, P., 

Wadg er-Rahib 81.44 86.20 21 

Eir of Moab (Cbaraz), 

Kerak 81.15 86.46 21 

Eirjath-arba (Hebron), 

El-Khuletl 81.33 86.9 21 

Eiijath-jearim, or Baa- 
lab, Kuryet el-Enab.. 81.49 86.7 21 

Eisbon P., Nahr Ifu- 

kutta 82.47 86.6 21 

L. 

*Labefites 42.0 19.40 14 

Labe&tis L., L. of Sku- 

tan 42.5 19.20 U 

Labicum, Colonna 41.51 12.46 11 

Labrnnda 37.25 27.50 19 

Lacedaemon, or Sparta, 

n, Hiatra 37.5 22.26 18 

*Lacetani 42.0 1.50 7 

LacSter Pr., C. Kephala, 

or Krokilo Ft 36.40 27.0 19 

Lacbisb? 31.32 34.59 21 

Laciacum, V'deklamarkt 48.0 13.51 14 

Laci&dae? 37.69 23.43 17 

Lacinium Prom., Capo 

delle Colonne, or 0. 

Nao 89.6 17.18 9 

Lacipea, Deleitota, 39.36 6.36 W 7 

Laoippo, Alecippe, n. 

Cataret 36.26 6.18 w 7 

Laomon M., Metzovo.... 39.53 21.30 IS 

Lacobriga, Za(7o« 37.9 8.38 w 7 

Lacobriga, Villa Laco.. 42.30 4.34 w T 

Laconia 37.30 22.40 18 

Laconlcus S., 0. of 

Kolokythia 36.40 22.40 18 

Lacotene ? Viran Shehr 88.6 38.9 20 
Lacron P., Le»ero 

Ved'ra 42.26 8.30 w 7 

LactodSrum, TotocMter 62.8 0.59 w 6 

Lactura, Leetoure 43.66 0.38 6 

Laeus Lausonius, Lau- 

aanne 46.82 6.38 6 

Laous Prills, Logo di 

Cattiglione 42.46 11.0 8 

Lade 1 37.32 27.14 19 

Ladoceia 37.24 22.10 18 

LadonP 37.50 21.32 18 

Ladon P., Rnjia 87.40 21.51 18 

Laea, or Apbrodite, I., 

AUHiera 32.50 22.34 23 

Laerta - 36.28 32.11 20 

*LaeYi 45.16 8.50 8 

Lagana P., Lahn 50.20 8.0 25 

Lagania. 40.4 82.1 20 

Lagaria, Nocara 40.6 16.27 • 

Lagina, Lakina 37.21 28.18 20 

Lagasae I"? 89.56 26.5 19 

Laii 38.21 26.0 19 

Laish, or Dan, TeU «/- 

Kady 33.17 85.,38 21 

LALA8S18 86.40 82.30 20 

♦Laletani 41.40 2.30 7 

Lamate? 44,36 17.20 14 

Lambasa, L'erba, or 

Tezout 35.1 6.15 23 

Larobrns F., Lambro.,.. 45.20 9.21 8 

Lametia, *V. Eufemia... 39.3 16.14 9 

Laroetus P., Lamato.,,. 38.55 16.17 9 

Lamia, ^cironnt. 38.54 22.24 16 

Laminiuui, Don Sancho 38.57 3.4 W 7 

Lamos, Lama* 36.34 34.17 20 

LamOtis 36.37 34.0 20 

Lampo, or Lappa 35.19 24.20 19 

Lampeia M., Olonot 37.58 21.51 18 

Larapellcuti, Lamtaki,., 40.20 26.40 19 

Lamptra inferior 37.49 23.51 U 

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VAICRS. LAT. LOHO. VAP. 

Lamptra saperior, La- 

morika « 37«.52' 23».52' 16 

Laacia? Cattro 42.38 5.27 W 7 

•Langobardi 52.45 11.0 25 

Langobriga, iS'o&ra/ 41.3 8.36 w 7 

Laouvium, Civitd La- 

vinia 41.39 12.43 11 

LaodicSa, Enki Hitar,. 37.49 29.9 20 

^iiiodicSa, Latikigek 35.30 35.47 20 

LaodicSa (ad Libanum)? 

Jusy 34.22 36.21 20 

Laodicea Combustay 

Ladik 38.13 32.39 20 

Laodickitb 34.10 36.30 20 

Lapathus, a. Raptani... 39.54 22.29 15 

Lapethos, r. n. Lapta,.. 35.21 33.12 20 
Laphystiam M., Ora- 

m'tza 38.25 22.54 16 

Lapidaria, «. ZiUit 46.38 9.26 8 

Lapithus M., Smerna.., 37.33 21.41 18 

Lappa, or Lampe 35.19 24.20 19 

Lnpurdum? Baj/onne,., 43.29 1.30 w 6 

Laranda, Karaman,,,,,, 37.11 33.23 20 

Largiana? 47.11 24.0 14 

Iiarinum, Larino 41.48 1.4.53 9 

LaruiumM 36.45 22.34 18 

Iiari88a(Acrop.ofArgo8) 37.38 22.43 18 
Larisssa (AeoIU), Bu- 

rundjik 38.33 JT.l 19 

Larissa Cremaatei n. 

Gardhiki 38.58 22.50 16 

Larissa (Ionia) 38.7 27.39 19 

Larissa (Resen?), Nim- 

rond 36.0 43.23 22 

Larissa (Syria), Kalat 

Seijar 35,17 36.33 20 

Larissa (Thessalia), 
Teni-thehrf or La- 

ritta 39.37 22.22 15 

LarisBUS F., Afana 38.7 21.25 18 

Larias L., Lago di 

Como 46.0 9.17 8 

Larnum F., Tordera,,,. 41.48 2.48 7 
Larymna, r. on Port 

Inrmea 38.32 23.16 16 

Larymaa (Upper) 38.31 23.17 16 

Lis 36.43 22.30 18 

Lasea? 34.57 24.48 19 

Lasion, Lala 37.42 21.43 18 

JLatiJra 43.33 3.54 6 

Lathon F 32.7 20.5 23 

•LalfnL...^., .,^.„,... 41.45 12..'55 11 

Latium 41.40 13.0 9 

Latmus M 37.25 27.50 19 

Latmus S., Akim Tchai, 

or L, Denizli, 37.30 27.30 19 

I-ato 35.14 25.37 19 

•Latobrigi 47.53 8.20 6 

Latopdlis, Etneh 25.17 32.35 3 

Latris L, Zealand 65.30 12.0 2 

Lauinellttm, Lumelh,... 45.7 8.47 8 
Laarentam, Torre Pa- 

te»-»o 41..S9 12.23 11 

Lauriacuin, Ehm 48.13 14.30 14 

Laurium M., St. £Uaa., 37.42 23.59 18 

Lauron 39.8 0.8 w 7 

Laus 39.43 15.51 9 

Laus F., Lao.,,.. 39.45 15.54 9 

Laus, or Laus Pompeia, 

Lodi Vecekia 45.18 9.25 8 

Laus S., G. of Poli- 

ca9tro 39.50. 15.35 9 

Lauttilae 41.17 13.17 11 

Lavatrae, ^o«e« 64.32 2.0 w 5 

Lavinium, Pratxca 41.39 12.29 11 

Lavinius F., Latnno 44.35 11.15 8 

Lavisco, Lannen, n. 

Yenn€ 45.43 5.45 6 

Lehadeia, Livadhia 38^6 22.52 16 

Lebgdos 38.5 26.59 19 

L<'bena ; 34.55 24.54 19 

Lobinthos L, Levftha... 37.0 26.30 19 

IM.oaah, m-Lubbdn..,, 32.5 35.13 21 



NAHBS. 

Leebaeum 

Lectum Pr., C, Baba,.„ 

Ledon ? 

Ledus F., Xes 

*Legae 

Legedia, VilUbaudon.., 
Legio (Megiddo), El- 

Lejjoon 

Legio Septlma Gemlna, 

Lton 

Legiolium, Ca$tte/ord,., 
Leibetbrium M., Za- 

gara 

Leipsydrium, Mona$t€ry 

of St. Nieholat 

Lelantas F 

Lemannonias S., Loch 

Fyne 

Lemannas Lacus, L, of 

Geneva^ or Lemon 

Lemnos L, Lemno^ or 

Stalimeni.,,., 

Lemovlccs, or Augusto- 

ritum, Limogee 

*Lemovicea 

AjCIDOtIi. .......*• ........a 

Lentulae, Virje. 

Leon 

Leoo, or Leontes, F., 

Nahr Katimiyeh, or 

Liettani 

Leon Pr., C. Matala 

Leontame 

Leontini, Lentini., 

Leontiam, Aghiot lanni 

LeontopSlis? 

LepethymnuB M 

LepinuB M., Monte 

Lupone • 

*LepontiL 

Lepream, n. Strovitxa.., 

Lepsia L, Lipeo 

Lepte, or Syrias Prom., 

C. Indjeh 

Leptis Magna (or Nea- 

pdlis), Lebdah 

Leptis Minor, r. n. 

Lamta 

Lerina I., St. Honorai 

(/'. de Lerine) 

Lorna, 3/yU 

Leron I., St. Marguerite 

{I*, de Lerine) 

Leros I.. Zero..... 

Lesbos I., Mityleni 

Lessa, Ligurio •• 

Lesiira M., La Loa^re... 
Letandros L, Denuea,^. 
Lethaeus Fl., Dereei, or 

Trikkalino 

Letaa I 

Let^a I., Paximadi 

Letopdlis ? 

Letrini, Aiannie, 

Letrini Laons 

Leaca, S. Maria di 

Leuea. 

Leucadia (or Leacas) 

I., Santa Maura 

Leacae, Lefkee. 

Leucae Campi 

Leucarum, Hwchwr, or 

Lloughor 

Leucas, Kaligoni, n. 

Amaxikhi 

Leucas, or Leuoadia, I., 

Santa Maura., 

Leucas 

Leucasia F 

Leucasium 

Leucaspis Portus, Mak- 

taarai a 

Leucate Pr., C. Ducato 



LAT. 

37^56' 

39.29 

38.37 

43.40 

42.30 

48.58 



LONG. 

22«.53' 

26.4 

22.38 

8.52 
46.0 

1.9 W 



LAT. LOHff. 



MAP. VAVBS. 

18 K Leuoa Aote, Sat el- 

19 Kanaie 31M6 



32.35 35.12 



42.30 
53.43 



38.8 
88.27 

56.0 

46.27 

39.55 

45.50 

45.50 

54.0 

40.4 

37.7 

33.51 

34.55 

38.19 

37.16 

38.7 

30.35 

39.20 

41.35 
46.30 
37.27 
87.18 

42.7 

32.38 

35.40 

43.31 
37.33 

43.32 
37.10 
39.15 
37.37 
44.24 
37.7 

39.33 

88.8 

35.0 

29.59 

37.41 

37.39 



38.45 
38.34 
36.45 

51.40 

38.48 

88.45 

37.18 
37.50 

30.59 
38.33 



5.35 w 
1.20 w 



38.20 22.57 



23.15 
23.46 

6.25 w 

6.30 

25.10 

1.16 

1.0 
16.0 
17.0 
15.12 



35.30 

24.44 

23.4 

14.59 

21.55 

31.21 

26.17 

13.5 
8.40 
21.44 
26.46 

34.59 

14.13 

10.52 

7.3 
22.43 

7.3 
26.50 
26.15 
23.3 

8.52 
25.50 

2L54 
20.25 
24.34 
30.57 
21.23 
21.24 



39.48 18.22 



20.40 
26.52 
22.52 

4.4 

20.42 

20.40 

21.56 
22.10 

28.48 
20.33 



16 
6 

22 
6 

21 

7 
5 

16 

16 
15 



8 

19 

6 

6 

25 

14 

13 



21 
19 
16 
12 
18 
24 
19 

11 
8 

18 
19 

20 

23 

23 

8 
18 

8 
19 
19 
18 

6 
19 

15 
18 
19 
24 

18 
18 

9 

15 
19 
18 



15 

15 

1 

18 

18 

23 
15 



Leaee Come? 25.10 

Leuce L? Fort Snda,,, 35.29 
Leoce L, Ltuea, or 

Elaea 35.15 

Leace, or Achillis, L, 

Oulan Adaeei, Fido- 

nieif or Serpente* /... 45.15 

LeoceriB, Lovere.,,, 45.50 

*Leuci 48.30 

Leuciina, Madronera,., 39.45 
Lencimne Pr., AUfkimo 

Point 39.27 

Leuconam, n, Verpolje,, 45.10 
LeucopStra (or Petra) 

Pr., Capo d^lFArmi,,. 37.57 
LeucoB Portus, £'iS%ooiMi 25.37 

Leucosia, Lefkoeia 35.10 

Leneosia I., Lieoea 40.14 

Lenctra „ 38.16 

Leuctra, Leftro 36.51 

Leuctmm 37.20 

Leusaba? 44.25 

*Levaei 51.7 

*LezoTii 49.14 

Lib&nuB Mods, Jehei 

Libndn, <0e. 34.10 

Libama, Arquata 44.40 

Libero, Viverone 45.26 

Libia., 42.30 

*Libieii, or Liboi. 45.16 

Libisosia, or LibisQnay 

Leznaa 39.8 

Libnah ? 31.35 

^Libai, or Libieii 45.16 

LlBURIflA 45.0 

Libya Palas? L. Tchad 14.0 

^Libypboenicis 

Libyssa 40.46 

Lich&des L, Litkada,.,. 38.48 

Licias F., Lech, 48.30 

Lida M 37.7 

Liger, or LigSris, F., 

Loire 47.30 

LiGDRiA 44.33 

Ligustleum Mare 43.30 

Lilaea, Paleokaetro 38.37 

Lilybaeam, Mnreala,,,. 37.49 
Lilybaeam Prom., C 

Boeo 37.48 

Liraenia 85.6 

Limia, Ponte da Lima^, 41.45 

Limia F., Lima 41.46 

Limnae? Niei 37.3 

Limnaea, Kortikhi 39.30 

Limnaea, n. Kervaeara 38.51 
Limnias, Lamloudeh,.,,, 32.44 
LimSnum, aft. Pict&vi, 

Poitiere 46.35 

Limyra. 36.24 

Lindnm, Ardoeh 56.27 

Lindum, Lincoln 53.14 

Lindus, Lindo 36.5 

*Lingo'neB 47.55 

*Lingd"ne8 44.45 

Lip&ra L and Town, 

Lipari 38.28 

Liparaeae, Aeoliae, or 

Vulcaniae, l^.^Lipari 

hlande, 38.30 

Lipazus 40.15 

Liquentia F., LivewM,,, 46.0 
Liria, or Edeta, Liria,., 39.37 
Liris F., Garigliano,.,,, 41.15 

Lisae 40.19 

Lisfae, Gabra-kkan 42.11 

Lissns, Aleeeio 41.46 

Lissus, Selino Kaetelli,, 35.14 

Lissus F 41.0 

Lissus F., Rettore 37.16 

Lista. 42.11 

LiUnaSiiva. 44.33 



VAT 

1 

27®.5r a 

37.15 , \ 
24.9 ': U 



26.20 



30.15 
10.6 

6.0 

5.15 w 

20.4 
18.25 

15.40 

34.40 

33.23 

14.53 

23.11 

22.16 

22.5 

17.20 

3.30 

0.10 

36.0 
8.52 
8.2 

3.4 w 
8.0 

2.43 w 
S5.2 

8.0 
15.0 
16.0 

29.35 
22.48 
10.54 
28.0 

1.10 

9.0 

8.0 
22.31 
12.25 

12.24 

32.58 
8.32 w 
8.30 V 

22.2 

21.54 

21.10 

22.14 

0.20 
30.14 

3.51 w 

0.32 
28.7 

5.0 
11.30 

14.58 



15.0 
23.13 
12.40 
0.39 w 
13.45 
23.3 
24.5 
19.35 
23.41 
55.43 
14.50 
13.13 
10.15 



II 



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1; 
14 



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14 
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19 



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8 
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12 

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w-». 




Lj<Me<uU.,Dhio/oni. 


87°. 28 


22°.0' 1 


8 n Maeonia. U,»,A. 88''.34 


2B".87' 




S«.S1' 
H.l 






88.0 


33.0 

25.0 


48.0 




.iLeniuiD, P«tria 40.56 


LyewUn?. 


37.0 


RtU>rHo «.6« 














9.6 




Ljohnldn..... 


41.2 


20.51 




81.13 








Lyefanma L., G->-kolu. 


















40.20 














Lyghnftia L., L. oj 










.\i.M,r.,W«d3ol.Kk>» ib.1. 


8.0 w 










JSi.M,Jd.L.... 32.61 




















.noricam? CalaK^fimi ST.&5 

,™r« F.. Tahpo 41.49 

>Locri Epicnemidii SS.tS 

^cri Bpi«phjrii S8.16 

■LcHm ftpnnlii «B.3S 






















38.31 


22.37 


iga? Brogt, CT 
fl™,«. 4T.19 




1816 






35.10 


25.19 




2.'<.5 
SZ.I5 




LyouriaF Lytiiria 

L;aut. or ZaIi&Eui, F. 














Chrwrroa 64.69 


2.31 w 




23.0 






3S.10 


43.40 


, TtUvistii... 40.40 








B9.37 


L-3- S4.3S 


5J«W 




Lj«u« f. (Harpimi at 














, V-tita 38.30 


27.28 




0.t ir 




So 


40.26 


41.0 


iiHtk fi^ 87.40 




>n«nu) F., F. dttt 


27.31 


Arm,ci 8B.B 


1S.10 




LjflUi P. (PonU.), On- 






BiWrDDin, or 






















12.5* 




LT.ui F. (Sjna), Jfoir 












0.0 






B3.4S 


85.40 








12.16 

SS.6 




Lydd* afL Dioapali^ 

Lood. _... 

LrDTA_ _ 


S1.S0 

88.30 


84.56 
28.0 






?r«m.,C.So«K tSM 
CampM. « 


9.30 w 












LydUiF., F»<r.-(«..._ 


















51.40 


1S.0 






Dini, I. {»ft. Oirb.), 












■»/. 43.26 








LjrcEm Siila 


ST.42 


22.39 


8.20 w 


:ri>aocipltd>r Wigtn.... M.G3 


4.27 w 




LjroeiamM 










\.«em,L<uaa 43.51 

:-oc*mA.._ - 40.18 

[.Deeriii, Lttra. 41.S0 


10.30 








27.13 






o.2rw 

16.10 




lJw, r. ,-a Wadj Z« 










30.24 


S4.2T 


, a. Laan. 30.50 


SO.GO 


Qtium. „ 4S.t 






L;aiaar f&xr. P<u*a 










12.60 




30.10 
40.36 


80.58 
36.54 
















14.6 




Ljaiuiaohia, ConBp*, o 














£<u «aIaM... 25.20 


66.10 


















tan f), OW«to 43.M 

Lin-Hi Auputi, Lite-n- 








33.26 


















6.28 
IM-w 




M. 

MaarsarssF.T 


82.10 


44.30 


El-Milk^ 31.16 

' Palm,«. 38.28 




Laeoi Aogniti, Imo... 43.1 


8J7ir 




















12^3 






















37.24 


22.6 








10.14 










8., 0. </ 2o. 










roni*. Filonita^ U.K 

[.aeD< Jori. Indlgeiit... 41.ST 


12.31 
12.28 










88.47 


22.23 










71.30 




8.iSw 
0.0 






26.22 
31.43 

87.27 


36.46 








Macbaernaf 

Maiiatiu, UofkilK. 


Uili<.-a 30.19 

'■ "■ *'^' 89 46 


3.19 






,4danu»: £»... 46.48 








































madai, Sidi Muka- 












0.38 














:.tieDid<>. ^(>„ 40.43 






2.56* 




Maora F., *ojro_ 


44.15 


10.0 


1, F., *«/».o_ S4.0 










Maori CampI 


44.3T 


10.30 






-una* Portat. Oojft iK 




















lins, I., MakronM.. 


87.41 


24.r 






^narium Pr, C. Car. 


























..dnm. ifon- 




.upiae, i.c«. 40.2S 

.uppia P„ £.>p^ 51.t0 










14.11 










Maoynia...- 


38.21 


21.43 






12.0 


18 


Madanra (Admedera)? 
Avtdrali 


36.30 


8.27 








7 K. i'.Uoatca 42.67 


10.48 




S.0 w 


14 


Madian, -. Jf«*«. 


28.23 
40.28 
40.11 


34.46 
81.27 

26.21 










2.20 


"""'..".'. ...°^ 37.25 




.ulevB. or roram Ne- 






3.19 

8.48 w 





3T.4B 
37.34 
36.47 


28.0 

22.18 
4.9 tI 


. ,,y&!;:.r... 






.MaenaloaM 


45.30 






cli«<aui). ffiiJ <!/- A. 
e«V^ „ ST.5» 
















23.45 


17 




88.45 


J9.» 1 S 








16r> 



HAlTBg. LAT. 

Mantua, Mantua Ab^.9' 

MaoDy Ma*iH ••... 31.25 

Maraoanda, Samareand 39.56 
Harah ? Ain Hatoarah^ 29.23 

Marandara. 39.11 

Mar&tha 37.32 

Marathesiam, Skala 

Auova 87.52 

HarfithoD, Vrana 38.7 

Mar&thoD, Plain of 38.13 

Har&thas, n. Ain elr-Htf 34.48 
Mar&thu8| SidkirO'Kaf'' 

khxo 38.22 

MaroelU&na, La Sala,,. 40.23 

MardanopSlia ? 43.15 

Marcina, VietH. 40.39 

^woomAgttS,Marmagen 50.34 
*Maroomanni, for. Boil 49.30 

*Mardi 36.20 

Mare Aegaeum, Archie 

pelago t 38.0 

Mare Ailandcam, or 

Extemom, Atlantic 

Ocean 40.0 

Mare Axanium, or 8. 

Barbarloufl 0.0 

Mare Carpathinm 36.0 

Mare Gaepiam (or Hyr- 

cannm), Catpian Sea 42.0 

Mare Greticum 36.0 

Mare Brytbraeami In- 
dian Ocean 15.0 

Mare Germanlcam, or 

Oeeanns Germanlcus, 

Oerman Ocean 55.0 

Mare Hadriationm, or 

Sapernm, Adriatic 

Sea, 44.0 

Mare Intemnm, Medi- 
terranean Sea, 35.0 

Mare Myrtanm 37.20 

Mare Pigrum-(Ooe&nufl 

SeptentrionSlu) 66.30 

Mare Saevienm, Baltic 

Sea 56.0 

Mare Thracium 40.0 

Mare TyrrbSnum, or 

Ini^rum 40.0 

MarSa, or Palaemaria^ 

El-Raeheat 30.56 

MareQtis L 31.10 

Maresba (Marissa) 31.35 

MargSna? Pyrgo,^ 37.40 

MaroiIiia 38.0 

MargidQnnm, n. EaH 

Bridge/ord, 52.58 

Margufl 44.40 

Morgus P., Moorgkauh„ 37.0 
MargusF.fJ/oraoa ...... 44.0 

Mariaba, J/are6.. ........ 15.45 

Maritlna, AlevbiUas,,,., 38.58 

*Mariandj^ni 41.0 

MariSnae Fossae, Fom 

lee Martignee .T... 43.26 

MariftnuQ? 41.35 

Maril&num, Marano 45.45 

Marianas M., Sierra 

Morena 38.20 

MaHde, Mtirdin 37.20 

Maridnnum (or MuridG- 

nora), Caermartken,,, 51.51 

Marinianae ^ 45.46 

Martsaa (Maresb ah )..... 31.35 

Mnrisus F., Ifaroe, 46.4 

Maritlma, or Hi^ra, I., 

J/are<}mo....,.....w.... 38.0 
Mariu8, Aaf© Mari^,.., 37.1 
MariD&ra? r. n. Tckan- 

deer 36.47 

MarmarTca 31.30 

*Marinaridae 

Marinarium, Marmari,,, 38.4 
Biurundo, JfarraA 35.41 



LOlfQ. 


MAI 


10°.49' 


8 


35.11 


21 


66.55 


3 


32.57 


24 


36.9 


20 


21.58 


18 


27.17 


19 


23.57 


16 


23.58 


16 


35.58 


20 


22.42 


16 


15.35 


9 


27.29 


14 


14.43 


9 


6.32 


6 


14.30 


25 


51.0 


3 



25.30 



20.0 w 

50.0 
27.0 

50.0 
25.0 

60.0 



5.0 



14.0 

20.0 
24.0 

5.0 

18.0 
25.0 

14.0 

30.3 

30.0 

34.55 

21.27 

62.0 

0.58 w 
21.8 
62.25 
21.15 
45.40 

3.32 w 
31.0 

4.57 

8.48 

13.10 

5.0 w 
40.38 



19 



2 

2 
19 

2 
19 



8 

2 
19 



2 
19 

9 

24 
24 
21 
18 
3 

5 
14 

3 
14 

3 

7 
20 

6 
9 
8 

7 
22 



4.19 w 


5 


18.0 


14 


34.55 


'21 


22.0 


14 


12.1 


12 


22.51 


18 


30.30 


20 


24.0 


23 




1 


24.18 


15 


36.43 


20 



14».36' 


9 


25.30 


19 


25.10 


19 


13.36 


11 


14.10 


9 


13.30 


11 


7.40 


25 


15.30 


25 


28.0 


19 


11.50 


8 


41.18 


20 



7.46 w 
23.50 
40.47 



NAVES. 

MaronSa, Campo Ma- 
rano 410.50' 14«.36' 

MaronSa, Marona 40.53 

Marpessa, Mt, Eliae 37.3 

Marrabium, or Marra- 

▼ium, S, Benedetto,,.. 41.59 

*MarmcIni.« 42.16 

♦Mars! 41.54 

♦Marai 52.10 

^Marsigni 51.0 

Marsj^aa ¥,, Teehinar 

Tehai 37.36 

Marta P., Marta 42.20 

Martbnla, Vitteh 41.16 

Martia (Pons Nartiae)? 

Monteceda 42.58 

MartXlas S., 0. of Ki- 

eamoe 35.35 

MartyropSlis, Meia/a- 

rakin 38.11 

Marns P., March, or 

Morava 48.30 

Masada, Sebbeh 31.20 

Mascas F 34.25 

Masciacum, Sehtoaz, 47.21 

Mascllanae, Karaneehee 45.24 

^Masaeayli 

Mases? St. Dimitriaa... 37.25 
Masins M., Jebel Toor, 

Ac, 37.34 

Massa Vetemensia, 

Maeea 43.2 

*Ma8sae8yHi 36.0 

Massaga? Huehtnagar,, 34.17 

MassagStae ...#w 43.0 

Maaalcns Mona, ML 

Maeeieo 41.10 

MasaiSnna 6 37.20 

Masailia, Mareeillee..,,, 43.17 

Maataura, Maetavro 37.59 

Maatusia Prom., O, 

Hellee. 40.3 

Matalia. 34.58 

Mateola, Matera 40.39 

Maternum, Fameee, 42.30 

Maternum, Mademo.,,, 45.38 
Mathia (or Tematbia) 

M., Lykodhimo , 36.55 

MattSms 35.0 

Matilica, Mattliea 43.15 

Matin am Littos, Mati- 

nata 41.43 

Matisco, Macon 46.19 

Madam 35.23 

Matrinum .'»42.31 

Matrlnua P., Piomba,,, 42.31 

MatrSoa P., Mame 49.0 

•Mattiaci 50.15 

Mattiaonm? Marburg,,, 50.49 

Mattium? Mett 51.12 

Matusarum, Ponte do 

Soro 39.15 

♦Matycotae 

Mauritania Gabsa- 

RIBN8I8 ......... ........a wO.v 

Mauritania Tingitaha 33.0 

*Maarea8ii 

MnziminnopSlis 32.34 

Maxala, i4ra(/f>. 36.45 

Mazica, afu GaeaarSa, 

Kaieariyeh 38.43 

Maz&ra, Meeara, 38.33 

Mazftra, or Maz&ras, P., 

Fiumc di Mazzara.,,, 37.45 
MazarasP.? Goorkan,,, 37.10 

Mnz&rum, J/<r2«ara 37.40 

Mearus F., Mero 43.15 

Meoyberna, MoUvo- 

pygo 40.17 

Mcdeba, Madeba 31.43 

Medeon, Dhenfina 38.24 

Medeon, n. Kattina 38.47 

Media 35.40 



19 
22 



17.0 


25 


35.25 


21 


41.5 


22 


11.44 


25 


22.17 


14 




1 


23.9 


18 


41.0 


22 


10.53 


8 


1.0 


23 


71.46 


3 


65.0 


3 


13.55 


9 


1.30 w 


7 


5.23 


6 


28.22 


19 


26.11 


19 


24.44 


19 


16.38 


9 


11.41 


8 


10.37 


8 


21.51 


18 


47.0 


22 


13.1 


8 


16.5 


9 


4.50 


6 


25.5 


19 


14.11 


8 


14.8 


8 


3.45 


6 


8.20 


25 


8.47 


25 


9.20 


25 


7.56 w 


7 




1 


3.0 


23 


6.0 w 


23 




1 


35.10 


21 


10.14 


23 


39.15 


20 


39.8 


22 


12.37 


12 


55.0 


3 


12..32 


12 


8.13 w 


7 


23.26 


15 


35.54 


21 


22.34 


16 


21.10 


15 


48.30 


22 



LATr XtOSik HAP. HAVR8. 

Media Minor, or Atro- 

PATENE 37®.0' 

Mediae (or Zagri) Pylae, ^ 

Tak-i-Oirrah 34.25 

M^diolanam, Chateau- 

Meillant 46.33 

MediolSnum, Qucldre§„ 51.30 
Mediolanum, Meylieu,,, 45.38 

Mcdiol3.num, Milan 45.28 

Mediolanum, afl. Ebu- 

rovices, Evreux 49.1 

Mediolanum, aft. San- 

t^nes, Saintee. 45.45 

Mediolanum (Britannia, 

It XL), Clawdd Ooch 52.46 
Mediolanum (Britannia, 

It X.), CheetertOM,,,, 53.3 

*Mediomatriei 49.0 

Medma? 38.30 

•Medoaci 45.56 

MeduaeoB Major P., 

Brenta .'. 45.40 

Meduacua Minor P., 

Bacehiglione 45.40 

Meduana P.? Mayenne 47.50 

•Medulli 45.0 

•Medulli 45.20 

Modnllia, n, Monte 

Verde 42.3 

Medua P., Shamierf or 

Palwar 80.45 

Megalasans 30.53 

Megalopolis 37.25 

Meganltas P 3S.13 

Meg&ra, Megara 38.0 

MegEra Hyblaea 37.15 

Mbgaris 38.8 

Megaraus Prom., 0, 

Karataeh 36.32 

Megertbia? Tajourak,,. 32.54 
Megiddo (Legio), El- 

Lejjoon 32.35 

MegiRte I., Kaetelorixo,, 36.8 

Mela P., Mella 45.25 

Melaena Pr., C. Kara 

Bournou 38.40 

Melaena Pr., Kara 

Burun 41.15 

Melaenae, ConverU of 

St. Meletiue 38.11 

Melaeneae, n« Kokora.,, 37.34 

*Me]anchlaeni 

Melangeia 37.40 

Melania. 36.7 

Melantbiaa P., Melet 

Irmak 40.50 

Melanllae I.? Stapodia 37.25 

MelaaP 36.15 

Melaa P., Kara Su 38.50 

Mdaa P., Katfateh, 40.40 

Melas P., Mnvraneria.,, 38.48 
Melaa P., Mavropotami 38.31 

Melaa P., Noeito 38.10 

Melas P., River of Ma- 

navgnt 37.0 

Melaa P., Tochmak Su„ 38.30 
Melaa S., 0. of Xeroe,,, 40.30 

♦Meldi? 51.10 

♦Meldi 48.50 

Meldia, Kalkali 42.47 

Meles P 38.28 

Melibocua M.? Brocken 51.47 
Melibocua M.? Melibo- 

em 49.44 

Meliboea, Kaetri, n. 

Dnentata 39.34 

Mellte L., Trikardko,., 38.27 

Melita I., Mnha 35.52 

Melita I., Meleda 42.45 

Melitaea? Tjeutma 39.6 

Melitbne 38.20 

MelitSne, Malatia 38.27 

Mellaria. 36.5 

(58) 



LAY. I.a3f«. MAP. 



47<».0' 


22 


46.20 


22 


2.12 


6 


6.20 


6 


4.15 


6 


9.12 


S 


1.0 


« 


0.36 w 


« 


3.6 w 


5 


2.13 w 


5 


7.0 


€ 


15.59 


9 


11.35 


S 


11.42 


S 


11.34 


8 


0.43 w 


e 


6.10 


€ 


1.0 w 


€ 


12.48 


11 


53.10 


3 


33.6 


.-"* 


22.9 


U 


22.0 


1^ 


23.21 


16 


15.10 


12 


23.35 


U 


35.20 


^ 


13.19 


.-•3 


35.12 


tl 


29.38 


^ 


10.8 


8 


26.23 


It 


29.25 


:• 


23.28 


u 


21.56 


IS 




1 


22.27 


IS 


33.9 


L** 


87.57 ' 


2« 


25.35 1 


19 


33.30 


1** 


35.2 


2« 


26.55 


U 


22.23 


U 


23.0 


1< 


15.15 


\t 


31.37 


*« 


37.40 


f? 


26.30 


ly 


3.0 


« 


3.10 


% 


23.9 


14 


27.12 


l^ 


10.38 


2j 


8.40 

• 


25 


22,57 


15 


21.12 


1^ 


14.25 


4 


17..10 


U 


22.25 


iS 


38.15 


f^ 


38^6 


2« 


4^42 w : 


* 



irxvKS. 

l^llaria, Hinojoia (de 
CorHoba) 

lellipargig, McHinm-gfUt 

leluduniim, Mehui 

lelos, Milo. 

[elos I., Milo 

Iblotis 

felphes F., Molpa 

iel^us F., Nnrcea 

f elta, Lo/teka 

lemnSnis Tamulns 

feniphi?, Metrahenny.,* 

ienae, Mineo 

lenapin, PorthmawTf n. 
St. Davtfi*» 

ifenapia, Wexford 

Menapii 

'Icnnria I., Melora..,,,, 

lende, n. C* Po*idhx,,, 

rieiides? 

dendesian Month (of 
Nile), Dihe Mouth,.,. 

dendiculeia? Alcolea... 

ifenelaus Portus 

riencsthei Portas, Har- 
bor of Cadiz. 

tfeninx, or Lotophagl- 
tis, I. (aft. Girba), 

Jerbah 

«fenla£cu8 F., Bfdauoa 
rfenneianae, Bodegraje 

tf enoba F 

dentSsia Baatla, S. 

Tom£ 

ifeDtoDomon S 

(lenutbias I., Zanzibar 
klcrcurii Pr., C. lion.,,, 

^fergablam, Conil 

^[ergana? 

kferinuiD, /?. Merino 

^Ierobrica,orMirobriga? 

Santiago de Caeem,,, 
irferoe ? EUBekrauwi- 

yoh 

lleroc I 

^eroQ), Waters of (Sa- 
in och on itis L.), Bahr 

el-Houle 

^ferula F., Aroeia 

^lesambria 

Mesambria, Btiehire..,,. 
olefin ni tea S.y Kkor 

Abdullah 

tfcse I.. Porteroe 

resenibria, Minivri..,,, 

rt KSKNE , 

Me^rate? 

'Iesobatrnr 

fesochorion ? 

fKSOGABA 

fESdLA 

[ebopotamia, Al-Jezi- 
reh 

re!«pTla (Ninua), Nebbi 
Ynnite 

fe^sa, Mezapo 

fessana, Mestina 

[rssapia, or Iaptgia 

essapia, Meeagne 

essnpium M., Kiypa,, 

essSno 

ESSKNIA 

essi'Tiiacus S. (Asi- 
uaeus S.), (?. ofKala- 

mntn. 

es>o3;is M., Kettane 

Dngh, <£*c.. .., 

ostrmna? 

L*9yla 

etn^onites (or Meta- 

^oniani'i Pr 

•talla, fgleeiae 

3tapa ? 



LAT. LOHO. 



380.26' 

40.37 

48.31 

36.42 

36.40 

40.7 

40.6 

43.17 

43.12 

40.18 

29.62 

37.14 

61.64 
62.21 
61.26 
43.34 
39.68 
31.4 

31.20 
41.42 
31.64 



6.0 
37.6 
36.17 
37.46 
41.64 



16.60 
16.0 



33.5 
44.4 
40.51 
29.0 

29.56 

43.0 

42.40 

33.56 

46.17 

33.30 

40.27 

38.0 

37.4 



36.21 
36.33 
38.11 
40.30 
40.33 
38.26 
37.10 
87.8 



6°.4' w 
23.12 

2.40 
24.29 
24.30 
20.48 
16.7 

6.30 w 
24.49 
27.35 
81.15 
14.41 

6.17 w 
6.27 w 
4.30 

10.12 

23.22 

31.33 

31.59 

0.6 

24.66 



36.34 6.20 w 



33.46 11.0 

43.16 1.40 w 

46.26 17.12 

37.26 6.6 w 

38.6 3.20 w 



89.18 
11.4 
6.4 
13.31 
16.6 



38.8 8.44 w 



83.42 
36.0 



85.38 

8.0 

25.42 

60.47 

48.16 
6.24 
27.46 
44.0 
9.7 
46.46 
17.27 
23.66 
22.0 



36.0 41.0 



43.11 
22.23 
16.34 
17.40 
17.60 
23.30 
21.56 
21.60 



36.46 22.5 



38.0 

47-10 

36.21 



28.0 
17.2 
43.11 



35.15 2.45 w 
39.19 8.32 
38.36 21.31 



VAP. FAVXS. 

Metapontum, Torre a 
7 Mare 

15 Metaris Aest, The Waeh 

5 Metaarum, Oinja 

19 Metaurus P., Marro 

19 Metaurus F., Metauro,,, 

15 Metglis ? 

9 Metellinam, Medellin,,, 

7 Methana, or Methone, 

14 Megafo Khorio 

19 Methone, or MotbOne, 

24 Mothoni 

12 Metbone (Pieria), Elef- 

thero-khori. 

5 MetbOne (Tbessalia).... 
2 Metbnrldes 1% Jievi- 

6 iouza, &c 

8 Methydrium, n. Nent' 

15 nitza 

24 Metbymna 

Metbyrana, Molivo 

24 Metropolis (Acarnania), 

7 Lygovitzi 

23 Metropdlis (Amphilo- 

ebia) 

Metrop51i8( Ionia), YenU 

keni, 

MetropSlis (Pbrygia)? 

Dughan Arnlan 

Metropolis (Tbesaalia), 

Paleokaetro 

Ij^ettis, Meta 

Mevaoia, Bevagna 

Mevaniola, Qnleata 

Miacnm, Torre Lodonee 
Micbmasb, Mnlchmae,,. 
Midaiunii Harab Ewren 

Midea 

Mideia 

*Midianite8 

MiletopSlis, Mualitach., 
Miletopolitis L.) L. 

Mauiyae 

Miletus, Palatia 

Miletus (Greta), Milata 

Miletus F 

Millcbns F., River of 

Sykena,, • 

MiLTAS 

Milyas, 3fiUi. 

Mimas M., Kara Bour- 

nou Dagh 

Mina? in Wady Mina,. 
Minariacum? Merville,. 
Mincius F., Mineio.f,,., 
Minervae Pr., Campa- 

nella Point 

Minervinm, Manerbio.,, 

Minio F., Mignone 

Minius, or Baenis, F., 

Minho 

Minnodunum, Mondon,, 
Minoa (Amorgos), Ta 

Katapola 

Min5a (Greta) 

MinSa (GreU)? Caetel 

Mirabello 

MinOa (Laconia), Mo- 

nemvaeia 

MinOa (Sipbnns) 

Mintbe M., Alvena, 

Minturnae 

Mirobriga, Puebla de 

Alco»er 

Mlrobriga,orMerobrica? 

Santiago de Caeem,,, 38.3 
Miiiennm Pr., C. Mieeno 40.47 

Misio F., Ifwwone 43.26 

Misus F., Mieo 43.36 

Mizpeb, Neby Santfceel 31.49 
Mnemlnm Pr., Rae 

Rotoay, or C. Calmez 21.0 
Mnizns, Ajaeeh 40.2 



LAT. LOKO. MAP. 



23 
7 

14 
7 

7 
1 
2 

23 
7 

12 
9 



21 
8 

19 
3 

22 

8 

14 

22 

8 

22 

9 

18 

18 

22 

22 

18 
12 
9 
9 
16 
18 
18 



18 

19 
14 
26 

23 

9 

16 



400.21 


' 160.46' 


9 


63.0 


0.20 


6 


38.26 


15.66 


9 


88.25 


15.56 


9 


43.50 


13.1 


8 


81.16 


30.32 


24 


88.64 


5.67 w 


7 


87.85 


23.21 


18 


36.49 


21.43 


18 


40.26 


'22.84 


16 


89.20 


23.5 


15 


37.58 


22.24 


16 


87.38 


22.11 


18 


35.30 


23.43 


19 


89.22 


26.11 


19 



88.88 21.14 
88.68 21.11 



42.0 
46.41 

86.60 
86.30 



8.36 
6.49 

26.63 
24.11 



86.11 26.44 

86.41 23.3 

36.69 24.41 

87.30 21.46 

41.16 13.46 

88.48 6.6 w 



8.44 w 
14.5 
13.30 
13.0 
36.10 

37.12 
32.30 



16 



16 



88.6 


27.22 


19 


89.18 


80.80 


20 


89.18 


21.47 


16 


49.7 


6.10 


6 


42.56 


12.38 


8 


44.0 


11.56 


8 


40.35 


8.56 w 


7 


81.63 


85.17 


21 


89.30 


81.2 


20 


87.86 


22.62 


18 


38.26 


22.51 


16 


28.30 


34.20 


24 


40.12 


28.22 


20 


40.10 


28.0 


20 


37.32 


27.18 


19 


35.17 


26.36 


19 


86.16 


26.36 


19 


88.16 


21.44 


18 


36.60 


80.10 


20 


87.23 


80.48 


20 


38.39 


26.30 


19 


36.42 


0.30 


23 


60.39 


2.37 


6 


46.20 


10.44 


8 


40.34 


14.20 


13 


45.21 


10.10 


8 


42.12 


11.60 


9 



7 
6 

19 

19 

19 

18 

19 

18 

9 



7 

13 

8 

8 

21 

3 
20 



RAXS8. 


LAT. 


Loira. MiP. 


MOABITIS , 


8lo.lfi 
89.8 


•• 360.66' 
84.18 


21 


Mocissna? Mujur, 


20 


Modicia, Monza 


46.36 


9.17 


8 


Modura, Madura 


9.66 


78.10 


2 


Moenns F., Mayn., 


60.0 


9.7 


26 


Moeris Lacns 


29.20 


80.66 


24 


MoBBiA (Lowkr) 


43.0 


24.0 


14 


MoBsiA (Uppbr) 


48.30 


21.0 


14 


Mogetiana ? 


46.69 


17.11 


14 


MogontiacaiD, Mayenee, 








or Mainz ....••.• 


60.0 
42.0 


8.17 
42.0 


6 


Mogrus F., Snpeea 


22 


Molaria, Bottida 


40.24 


9.8 


9 


Molocbatb, Mulacfaa, oi 








Malva F., Mulwia 


84.0 


2.51 w 


28 


MOLOSSIS 


89.45 


21.0 


15 


Molycreia, or Holy- 








creium, n. Boumeli,., 


38.20 


21.46 


18 


Momempbis ? 


30.66 


80.34 


24 


Mona (of Tacitus), /. 








of Analeeev 


68.20 


4.26 w 


6 


Mona I. (of Gaeaar), 








Tele of Man 


64.16 


4.80 w 


5 


Mon&lus F., Fiume di 








Pollina 


87.65 


14.11 


12 


Monaoeda I. (Mona of 




Gaesar), lale of Man 64.15 


4.80 w 


6 


Monate ? 


47.11 


14.40 


14 


Monilia, Moneglia 


44.14 


9.82 


8 


Mons Brisiaous, Neu 








Breieaeh •• 


48.1 


7.81 


6 


Mons FerStms, S. Leo,. 


48.55 


12.21 


8 


Mons Saeer... ............. 


41.66 


12.32 


11 


Mons Seleuoas, Mont 




SaUon 


44.29 
46.14 


ir^ 


6 


Mons Silloia, Moneeliee 


8 


MopsacrSne, Mezarluk 








Khan 


87.8 
86.68 


84.64 

85.38 


20 


Mopsnestia, Mieeie 


20 


Morbium t Templebo- 








rough, n, Botherham 


68.26 


1.22 w 


5 


Morginnum, Moiran.,.. 


45.20 


6.33 


6 


Morieambo Aeat, More- 








cambe Bay 


64.6 


8.0 w 


6 


iMORTMBNB .. ......... ...... 


39.40 


86.10 


20 


*MorIni. 


60.46 


2.9 


6 


Morins F., Biver of 




Mera 


88.29 


22.48 


16 


Morunda, Mehrand, 


88.27 


45.40 


22 


Mosa, Meuvy ....•••. 


48.8 


6.38 


6 


Mosa F., Maae, or 








Meuee 


50.45 


5.40 


6 


Mosa, or Mosella, F., 








Moeelle 


60.0 
26.16 


7.0 
63.26 


6 


Mosama, Paeaeenoe..^, 


3 


Mosofaa Portus, Muz- 








cat,.,, ...... ...... ...... ... 


28.88 


58.40 


3 


Mascbloi Monies, Kai- 




echar Dagh, Ae 

Mosohitts F., Weet Mo- 


40.40 


41.0 


20 








rava 


48.20 


21.0 


14 


Mosconnnm, Mixe 


43.67 


0.64 w 


6 


Mosella, or Mosa, F., 








MoeeUe : 


60.0 
49.36 


7.0 
5.5 


6 


Mosomagus, Mouzon..,, 


6 


MostSne? Mermereh.,.. 


88.41 


27.58 


19 


Mosyllum ? BunderOha- 








eitn,,.,,, ......... ...... ... 


11.18 
40.60 


49.17 
88.40 


2 


*Mo8ynoeei 


20 


Motb5ne, or MetbOne, 








Mothoni.... 


86.49 
87.63 


21.43 
12.26 


IS 


Motya I., Longa 


12 


Motvca. Modiea... ....... 


86.52 
36.45 


14.46 
14.39 


12 


Motycanus F., Seieli..,, 


12 


MoxoiNB 


88.0 


43.0 


22 


Mucrae, Moreone 


41.21 


40.38 


9 


Mngilla? r. n. Ponte 








delta Streghf, 


41.46 


12.86 


11 


Muli&das, or Munda, F., 








Mondego 


40.10 


8.40 w 


7 


Mnlncba, Molocbatb, or 








Malva, F., Mulwia.,, 


.34.0 


2.61 w 


23 


Munda, Monda.- 


36.44 


4.53 w 


t 



(59) 



9.40 
S.10W 

A9.0 



t$'.^4^r* 4k*Atf%^.Ww 

yvi.*v, i^^f4< JM 47J7 

lf«* ?•* ■* .^,<,* *, ,^.,* 27^M 2^JM 

Ifv* tl 4#.2# «i.# 

M '?»,V«4|r, itwfHm** ..,,, V*,i1 J0.0 

V '/•• • «, lUf^li"^ 4I,« Ji,0 

M fr ' OfUifHi^tVi^j^* %6Al 2,52 W 

tU^m 51.M 4,t9w 

1A'if\tn v., Muf 47.0 \hM 

MufwMM Po*'k, L^ftaH Z9A 33.21 

MtffM, fS»»*k 46.94 1M2 

MH»*m\\n, Kfjund, • AIM 17.21 

MufHUf ///i t'tfrUi,„„,t,, 4h.2b 
M**rtt9f Qu*»ftiifi.„,...„0 89.16 
Mtt'»t(«fn i,t I'trndft^Of 
Iff H Anttmitt,. „,„,.,, 96.S6 

n'*tf^4t ill 4fit tn§»» §tt miifin 

¥*tMUAttuii,K\nnthtmtff 2TM 09.0 

/AM«^iff 1 20.21 00.49 

Mu'it, Nidi Ahd 9l~ 

ttuhhn......,.,.,,,. 00.2 9.11 

Mmimm V„ Muri 40.10 43.16 

M*i\*»uHm1 Witnmr SnU' 

gttit/t ,,,,,,,,» ,,,,,,,tf*i 47.49 10.16 

MmMIn, Mfdollnn., 44.49 l^./rO 

Mdiiltifn, MniUffUitn»,,» 44.10 11.47 

MulffiM, Mnthnn 44.»9 10.66 

MuiM, Muunhtd i;i.40 40.16 

yiuf)t\n1 Jitiitifftiittr0,,„ 13.60 74.64 

thiiih 07.40 27.10 

Mv»'Ml<Nfiifff ,. i'IH.36 3<l.il3 

MrfniiNw.,, n7.4i 22.10 

Mv<liMi \* ttfWmt /,nlU§n ^^.10 2;i,i8 

MvImmiiih,,.. ,,., 41.9 3U.H 

MriHtiMM. ,.,..,,. ,,.,,.,,,, n7.37 2^.^i 

Mr»flii»« l„ ^f;^^im/ 07.37 3A.2A 

MyntiiiN M.. nN,;in 31. Al 

MtiiiiiixiA,. .,„ ,„ 40.46 

MtiiiiiidU H7.0 

f'f'i I I . . I... II II ti.ii tti nn,3i 

MyU Ki, hhuvrlhn «7.l» 

M^fliiu, ^f/A>i /^NMii , U 17 n.1.61 

MvImm, /M»»wrfW no.ia 93 6 

MvliiK, ;I/</h«*.», ,, rtH |;» 

Mvln«(i, .I^/MMM at. 19 

tft'tH , ,,111 mil iiiiii III "iiil 

Mr"iii»p ,m ji6 

MVM« ItMtmHH, (<l^itH 

'"'"♦♦' I lllltllM 

MHrt, /»fM«ft»i,, .,,..,,,,♦ 

M HHM ,, .,,,,,,, ,,,,, 

JhU'lMM. ,,.... .„, 

, '^M'N 

MntMtt , 

MM* f 
Olx»Mi\. Vo>-i>«rT • .t, V 



II >t ti tt 

I III! Ill 
.11 



II 



. Iil\%( 



»r!>6 

«rt 17 
.10 19 
40iA4 

.Irt .14 
1« 49 
.10 A3 

.15 ')\\ 

,1t A9 
!<*iO 
.1«> HO 
.In H 



aM.o 

41.0 

41.0 
Ift.A 



37.49 

37.10 
3y 3.1 
30. All 

ill. 13 

,io..i 
3'Mi* 

3a.. ^6 

.lO.Jl 

tt.\4 

11 33 
34,0 



31 »^3 

3\0 

lit -U 

3; ;'9 



9 

7 

9 

12 

7 



6 

6 

14 

16 

14 

14 

8 

7 

19 

8 
3 

34 

23 
22 

14 

H 
8 
8 
.') 
2 

19 

irt 

IH 
10 
20 
10 
10 
16 
16 
33 

32 
IV 
30 
1ft 
13 
IV 

19 
10 

to 

30 

l.N 

10 



9Ar, VAVn, LAV. 

7 Jl« 

7! •9r««^ths«L ^ M«.2r 

Jfavia^ 43.15 

14 i ^M^H'M. B*ikTr. ^ 80.60 

17 V«^M«i F., OvMi/o . 41.32 

?f4zi'(M 80.7 

17 *.Vaihansnr»]i, or 9». 

8 nftrTAlL.«,»«. <«•«••«»..•. 52.25 
«iAin« 4* 4'fi.. .*•••«••• .««••• 32.39 

X«ijivqfl, JV7««a 43.18 

>fatn«4uf F,, Nerbudda 22.b 
NsfDnSten, or Portiu 

NamnetoiD ^for. Con- 

dirienom), Nnnte§.,,, 47.13 
j*Xftnn6tefy or KamnO- 

I teP 47.25 

, *NiintuSt«fl. M ...... 40.13 

N'nfi&rip F., Jolomnitza 44.34 
.VnpAtft? «/«M BerkeL,, 18.80 

N»f>etia, /»/mo 38.47 

XnpOcii (Colonift)yAr2aM- 

§€nburg 40.45 

Kar F., Nera 42.35 

Narbo Martiui, Nar- 

bffttnt 42.11 

XARBOIVIiKSIR 44.0 

•Xarp»H 43.20 

♦Narlid 49.16 

NflrniA, Nnrni 42.31 

Naro F.y Narenia 43.45 

NarOna, 0pu9» 4.3.2 

Varthaolum 39.11 

Naryi? 38.38 

*Noiianinnoi 80.0 

fiaii, n. Dnra 37.47 

Naiiutn, Naix 48.38 

NntiOluin, liitetgUa 41.15 

NntiHO F., Nati9on9 40.0 

Nntron Lakct 80.20 

NftUPrRtli? 31.0 

NauIOohui 38.15 

NnulOchui, ON C, £mu 

«r* 42.43 

*NaunM 40.25 

Nnupnrtuii, Kpakto, or 

firpanto 38.24 

Nauplia, ^t'aHfttfa (or 

NitfMti di Romamia) 37.34 
NAU|>ortii«, Obtr L*ty* 

6ncA...... 45.59 

Nauntnthmut. 41.34 

NMU!*tathnin<i, Jitnrtn e^> 

ffnfal S2.55 

Nauntiithmnii Porlus, 

/».»rfrt drf Onn*. 30,57 

NautftoM, A*MfNiA(H» ,, 88.52 

Nava F., WffAf 49.40 

Nrtvfll<», /^M>»Mit.,,...„,.. 3S.45 

XnvaUa* .4iv»it.ti»rt. 44«24 

Nnv{a« or Nahiu^s F„ 

XavilwWo F.? .Vn/<»N.«. 4,^.25 

Naxt>», .Yft.vtrt .,,„ 37.10 

Na\»>« T., .V.ti>rt» 37.0 

di iVoA«*<r%. ,..»..„.,.«»« 37.47 
NAXuana. .V.tl«A.iNt»,.. 39.13 



I 



30 
10 
10 

IS 

10 

IS 

is 



1»> 

19 



\n»tanm», IV >«i*»ArAr«« .^'v:^ 

NVa<» U, .V»-^f» ,^5»..tO 

W-^rihM* K.. .VfNv ^ 39,12 



.V..' ., ,>\.,^, ,v.,s.*», 3T.49 
M^i»>a\v ir^.t^fc,.,,, 3t.«{ 



7.0 w 

27.44 

8.30 w 
32.50 

18.30 
35.22 
22.5 
75.0 



1.32 

1.45 

7.0 
27.0 
31.50 
10.13 

23.31 
12.40 

3.0 

5.0 
17.20 
13.0 
12.32 
18.0 
IIM 
22.20 
23 
18.0 
22.12 

5.23 
10.31 
13.23 
30.20 
30.40 
15.25 

27.50 
11.0 

31.50 

22.48 

14.20 
30.9 

22.11 

15.9 
00.10 

7.35 
10.10 

8.40 

r^ 1 

0.d 1 
25.24 
35.30 



VAMVl. LAT. 

1Xea|»Slb I PailSae), Po- 
^r I UMu ......... .......•• 40 .1 



IMS 
4.^.?0 

3.V19 
34 1$ 
2,V0 
17,0 

2f.22 

17,13 

54.25 

2T,l<i 

14.13 



19 1| 

7 'I 

20 *■ 



25 

21 

14 

2 



24 iXeafolU lor Parthe- 

-i Ddpe), XnpUm. 40.51 

|Neap<01ia (Sardinia), S. 

Maria de Aa5«i, or 

Xab,di 39.41 

iKeapdlia (Sjebar, or 

Sheehem). Nabloot,,. 32.15 
Xeap^is (Zengilana), 

Aabal 30.27 

I Neapolitinns 8., O. of 

.^tfUMonef.. ...... ...... 30.10 

Nebo, Mount? 31.48 

Nebriava, NahfriMta 30.65 

XebrodesM 37.46 

Necbesia, ta Wady Nuk- 

karee 24.54 

Necbo's Canal, in Wadjf 

Toomilat. 30..12 

Neda F., Bun 37.23 

Nedon F., Biver of 

Kalamata 37.3 

Neleia, n. Agria, 39.21 

Nemaasus, Nitme; 43.60 

Nero«a 37.48 

*Nemete8 49.10 

Neinetobriga? 42.22 

Nemetocenna, or Neme- 

tacniD, afL Atrebatcs, 

Arrnt 50.17 

Nemuesus, ail. Angus- 

tonemStum, Clermont 45.47 
Nemuny or Ncmoreneis, 

L., Lngo di Nemi, 41.42 

Nen-CnesflrSa (Ctbira 

Diopoli.1), Nikaar, 40.35 

Neon TeiohoB 38.39 

Neon, afl. Tithorea, 

VelitM 38.34 

Npoptana 26.50 

Nepeto, Nepi. 42.10 

Nepb«lla Prom 30.9 

NerStum, Nardo 40.9 

Ncrlcum 38.50 

Nrrigos? 00.0 

Neris? 37.20 

Nerltum M., Anoi, or 

NeHto$ 38.25 

Nerinm Pr., C. Fiuit- 

terre 42.53 

Neronia, Codigoro 44.50 

Nertobriga, Bicla 41.35 

Nertobriga, or Concor. 

dia Julia, VaUra la 

\" ' ^A 15 

" *^/tV ... ......... ... ..... VV. *«F 

Nertilom, Botondo 39.55 

*Ncrn.si.. 43.40 

Nerra F., Xrrviom 43.19 

♦NerWi 50.40 

8 :> Nesactiom. Co^^/ATnovo 44.59 
H X«^55nis L.. Karatjair 39.40 

7 Nesrane, Zm4^ 37.34 

7 " N«tus F.. A'am-«H 41.30 

19 Xwua, j4«*o 38,23 

1» . Xetinda\a?. 44.44 

IXMum, .Vo#o r«ceAi'o... 30.50 

12 Xeve, -Voirn.. 32.56 

Xiaa F.. Ri*» Grande.... 1L40 
Xicaea ( Bactriana), Be- 

Xim<«(BitbTnia),/rMiib 40.22 
Xicaea ^Oallia Trancal. 

I p.na , ^ice. 

X)r«M (India)? ■. Jt- 

I M.'^JrtT,^....^..,^^,.. 32.40 
X'rti«i (LocrisU.^^....... 38.47 

I XicaMn t.? MakmH 37.5 

X >»T »r:o> X 35.40 

Xjott.V ..nam, aft. Calli- 
f:)maw. Kmhhm 

53 » XJcia F, Ei 




6 
14 
3 
9 

14 

8 

6 

4 

14 

25 

8 

14 

14 

15 

16 

2 

18 

6 

9 

8 

24 

24 

12 

14 

8 

18 

18 

14 
20 

23 

12 
3 

9 



IX>]t«. MAP 

23^.32* '15 

I 
14.15 I U 

8.34 « 






35.14 

10.40 n 



11.0 
35.43 
6.2 w 
14.U 

35.0 

31.30 
21.44 

22.8 
23.1 

4.21 
22.43 

8.15 

7.44 w 



2.45 



u 



3 

h 

b 
i 

h 



3.4 



12.44 



21 

20 

\^ 

9 

19 



14 



n 



34.59 



43.42 7.16 



73.15 
23.36 
25.42 
43.50 

39.3 
9.0 
10.27 



5 

11 



37.5 


o- 

*» 


27.6 


li 


22,41 


H 


57.0 


4 


12.18 


11 


32.25 


2^ 


18.4 


. i 


20.40 


i) 


7.0 


j i 


22.33 


•IS 


20.40 


M 


9.15 w 


9 
> 


12.0 


. 8 


1.19 w 




0.29 ir 


m 
1 . 


10.2 


• i 


7.0 


1 i 


3.0 w 


' 1 


3.50 


' 6 


14.2 


. S 


22.39 


u 


22.28 


IS 


24.15 


! 11 


20.33 


'H 


26.20 


. U 


14.59 


112 


30.1 


!:: 


15.0 w 


2 


69.20 


3 


20.45 


29 



35.56 
49.27 
44.40 

(66) 



3 

1« 
13 
•J6 



29 



I 



VAWeS. LAT. 

171011101? Mit Salamek., 30^20' 
Kiooinedia, for. Olbia, 

hmid 40.48 

KioopdUs (Aegjptas)... 31.14 
Nicofidlis (Epinis), Pa- 

Uo-preveaa 39.0 

Nicopdlis (Pontos), En* 

deret 39.67 

NicopoliB 41.0 

NicopSlis (Thraoia)»^i- 

kopoti 41.7 

Ni'^^poUs ad latrnm, 

^Vikvp 43.20 

Nicopdlis (ad Istrum), 

Nikopol 4,3.45 

Nieotera, Nieotera.^.,.. 38.32 

Nidum. Neath 51.40 

Nigoma, Negapatam»,„ 10.48 

Ni.^er F., Joliba 13.0 

Nigini? Timbuetoo 17.22 

*NigTit4i6 •••...••• 14.0 

Kileus P.? 38.33 

NilopSlis 29.7 

Nilus F., iV»7e. 21.20 

Nineveh, Nebbi Yuniu, 

Kottyunjikt Ac 36.21 

Xinu9 (MespXlaof Xeno- 
ph:«n), or Nineveh, 

NebOi Yunut 36.21 

Nipbafea M., Ali-Dagh, 

d:c 88.80 

Nisaea, Nina 37.50 

Niiitaea, r. n. S. Nikolao 37.59 

Nittaean Plains 34.0 

NiBibis, or Antiocbia 
Mygdonia, Ninbin.., 37.1 

Nisyros? 35.42 

Nii^j^ros I., Nuero. 36.35 

Nir hine 7 30.49 

^Nithonea, or VithoDes 52.50 

*Ntiiobrige« 44.30 

Nivaria. Mojndo* 41.27 

NiTarial., Teiieriffe '28.15 

NiverDUin, Never9. 46.58 

N(;ae, Noara. 37.58 

Koega, Gijon, i. 43.35 

Nula, Nolo 40.55 

Nooicntam, Montana.., 42.4 

Nona'cris, Solo 38.1 

Norba, Converaano 40.57 

Norba, Norma 41.34 

K urba GaesarSa, Alean- 

tara 39.41 

Noreia? Neumarkt 47.4 

NorTcux 47.30 

Kotiam Prom., Mizen 

Head 51.26 

Kova, Dobra 44.36 

NovaSparsa. 35.43 

Novae, Qonrabelu 43.39 

Novana, Novu 42.59 

*Novantae 55.15 

Novantam Ghersonesua 54.50 
No van turn Pr., MuU of. 

Galloway 54.38 

Novaria, Novara • 45.27 

Noveaium, Neuaa 51.11 

Noviodaoum, KarUtadt 45.30 
No vied On am ? Neuvy 

Hur Baranjon 47.19 

Nuviodanum? TonUeha 45.10 
NoviodQnam, aft. Dia- 

blintes, JubUiu*. 48.17 

NoviodQnum, aft. Ni- 

vernum, Nevera. 46.58 

NoviodQnam, aft. Au- 
gusta Sueaaionum, 

Soittoru, 49.24 

NoriodQnnm, or Colonia 

Equcstris, Nyon 46.23 

Novi()m&gug ? Holwood 

Hilt, H. Keaton 51.21 

Noviom&gus, Neutnagen 49.53 



lovo. VAP. 



300.51' 

29.58 
29.59 

20.44 

38.24 
29.3 

24.38 

25.33 

24.53 
15.58 

3.58 w 
79.54 

7.0 w 

2.56 w 

5.0 
24.0 
31.10 
31.0 

43.11 



43.11 

42.0 
58.35 
23.21 
48.0 

41.10 

27.4 

27.12 

30.46 

13.0 

0.30 

4.33 w 
16..30 w 

3.10 
15.6 

5.44 w 
14.32 
12.39 
22.15 
17.7 
13.3 

6.43 W 
14.25 
14.0 

9.50 w 
21.57 

5.53 

25.4 

13.36 
4.20 w 
5.0 W 

4.51 w 
8.37 
6.42 

15.35 

2.10 

28.47 

0.25 w 
3.10 



8.20 

6.15 

0.3 
6.54 



24 

20 
24 

15 

20 
26 

14 

14 

14 
9 
5 
2 
2 
2 
2 
15 
24 
3 

22 



22 

22 
3 

16 
22 

22 

19 

19 

24 

25 

6 

7 

2 

6 

12 

7 

13 
11 
18 
9 
11 

7 

14 
14 

2 

14 

23 

14 

8 

5 

5 

5 

8 

6 

14 

6 
14 

6 

6 



KAines. LAT. 

Novioml^a, Nxmeguan 61®. 50' 

Noviom&gas, Noyon 49.35 

Novioregum, Royan 45.37 

Noviua P., Nith 65.20 

Novum Comum, or Co- 
mam, Como 46.48 

•Nubae 20.0 

Nuceria, Ltutzara. 44.57 

Nuceria, Nocera 40.44 

Nuoeria, iVbcera 43.7 

Num&na, Umnna 43.31 

Numantia, Qarray 41.46 

Namidua, or Namicua 

P., Torto 41.38 

NUMIDIA.. 36.0 

Numiatro, n. Muro 40.46 

Nora ? 40.40 

Nura, Nnrri 39.43 

Nora P., Nura 44.45 

Nura I., or Bale&ria 

Minor, Minorca, 40.0 

Njmbaeum 36.26 

Nymphaea I.? (Phin- 

tonia?), OajMrera 41.13 

Nymphaenm, Medua,,, 41.47 
Nymphaeum Pr., CajM 

Santo 40.7 

Nympfaaens P., Ninfa.. 41.30 

Nymphaeua Pnrtna 40.40 

Nympb&lum, Ninfi 38.26 

Nyraphioa P., Batman 

Su 88.0 

Nysa? Nicetta 34.10 

Nyaa, Sulfan-hiaaar 37.53 

Nysaeum M 38.23 

0. 

O&nua P., Fraaeolari.,. 86.50 

Oaracta I., Kiahm 26.50 

Oaxea P., Axua 35.20 

Oazua, or Axua, Axua.,, 35.16 

Oblimum, La Batia 46.38 

OcalSa 38.22 

OceSnua Britannleua, 

EngJiah Channel 

Oco&nua Gantabriua, 

Bay of Biaeay 46.0 

Oce&nua Gadit&nua 36.0 

Oce&nua Qalllcus 49.0 

Ooe&nua Qermanlcua, 
or Mare Germanlcum, 

Oerman Ocean 

Oce&nua Hesperina 

(Mare Allan tlcnm, 
iixtemam, or Mag- 
num), Atlantic Ocean 40.0 
Oce&nua Hibemlcua, 

JriaK Sea 53.40 

Oce&nua Indicua, Indian 

Ocean 0.0 

Oce&nua Sarmaticua, or 
Mare Suevicum, Bal- 
tic Sea 

Oce&nua SeptentrionSlia 

(Mare Pigmra) 

Oce&nua Vergiviua, 

Briatol ChanneL 61.20 

Ocellodarum, Toro 41.36 

Ocellum Pr., Flambo- 

rouyh Head 

Ocfilum? UxeaUt n. Fa- 

neatrellaa 45.8 

Oche, or Ooha, M., Okhi 38.4 

Ochua, Nackiloo 26.56 

Ochua P.? 39.0 

Ocbua P.? Kokeha 37.10 

Ocra Mons «. 45.50 

Ocriculum, Otricoli 42.27 

Ocrlnum, or Damno- 
nium Prom., The 

Lizard 49.68 

Octapitarum Prom., Sl 
David* a Htad, 61.64 



LOHfi. MAP 



6*.51' 

3.0 

1.1 w 
3.60 w 

9.6 
27.0 
10.42 
14.38 
12.49 
13.38 

2.26 w 

12.34 

7.0 
15.20 

8.18 

9.14 

9.38 

4.0 
23.11 

9.27 
19.31 

24.22 
13.0 

8.6 
27.28 

40.50 
71.47 
38.9 
22.49 



14.32 
56.0 
24.41 
24.50 
6.22 
23.3 



60.0 2.0 w 



6.0 

15.0 

4.0 



65.0 6.0 






20.0 ▼ 
6.0 w 
70.0 



67.0 20.0 
66.30 6.0 



6.0 w 
5.27 W 



64.7 0.4 w 



7.2 
24.28 
63.31 
66.0 
70.0 
14.30 
12.27 



6 
6 
6 
6 

8 

2 

8 

13 



11 
23 
9 
9 
9 
8 

7 
18 

9 
14 

15 

11 

9 

19 

22 

3 

19 



12 
3 

19 

19 
8 

16 



6.11 w 
6.19 w 



HAVCS. 

OetodQma, Maft(gf>f.. . 
OctogSsa? La Oranjj.., 

Odeasus, Varna. 

*Odomanti 

♦Odryaae 

Odysaeae Porta a and 

Pr., P- . d'Uiyaae.. 

Oea* ^amari 

Cea? N. Stefnni 

B|Oea, Palea-Khora 

8 Oea (Augusta Felix), 

7 THpoli 

Oeantheia, Oalaxidi.,... 
Oe&ao, or Olarao, Oyar- 

9un 

Oechalia (Aetolia)? 

Oeehalia (Eaboea)f 

Oeohalia, aft Gama- 

aiuin 

Oechardea P 

Oenanthia, Bambora,.,, 

Oeneum ? 

Oeneum? Magula 

Oeni&dae, Trikardho.,,. 
Oenoanda, Uludacha.^,. 

Oenoe? 

Oonoe, Qhyfio Kaatro... 

Oenoe, Jnoi. 

Oenoe, Port Skhino 

^enoe, Unieh..... 

^enoe (Icaria) 

Oenotrldea InaQIae? 

Oenophj^ta, Inia 

Oenna, Txitzina „ 

16 fl Oenua, or Aenua, P., 

I Inn 

Oenua P. (Laoonia), 

Keleflna 

Oenusaae I., Spalmatori 
Oenuaaae I**., Sapianna 

and Capri 

Oeroe P 

Oeacua, Olava 

Oeaoua, or Oiua, P., 

laker 

Oeta M., Katavothron... 

OetjPlua, Vitylo 

Oeum, r. n. Varibopi..,, 

Oeum Gerameicnm ? 

Oglaaa I., Monta Chriato 

Ogygia. 

Oiftyme 

Oiu8, or Oeacua, P., 

laker 

Ol&bus I., Hadiaah 

Olarao, or Oeaao, Oyar- 

%un 

Olbaaa, Belengln 

Olbiaf 

Olbia, aft. Nicomedla, 

Izmid 

Olbia, r. n. Nicolaef..... 
Olbia? St. Vincent da 

Carquairanne 

Olbia, Terranova 

Olbianua Portus, Oolfo 

di Terranova 

Olbiufi, or Aroaninp, P. 
Olcachltea S.. Bay of 

Storuh 

Olcinium, Duicigno 

Olenatrum, Coll de Ba- 

Inguer 

Olenanum, Old Carliale 
01Snu9. Kato Akhaia... 
01?rus, Caatel 3feaa fieri 
Oisrsivsyg M., Alkaa 

D'ujh 

OliSroji r., Antiparo 

OlicHna. ftkley 

Oliffyrtuj", Lnfka 

Olisipo (Felicltaa Julia), 

Liabon 



L»T. 
460.6' 
41.25 
43.13 
41.12 
42.0 



LOVO. 

7*>.4' 
0.23 
27.56 
23.40 
26.0 



36.42 15.0 

36.22 25 29 

38.2 23..38 

37.44 23.29 



32.54 
38.22 



43.6 

41.37 

38.26 

38.25 

36.48 

37.37 

38.11 

38.9 

38.3 

41.8 

37.36 

40.6 

38.17 

37.10 



2 
2 
2 



37.6 
38.32 

86.45 
38.13 
43.20 

42.55 

38.48 

36.43 

38.9 

37.58 

42.20 



20 

7 



8 

15 
3 
3 
3 

14 
11 



42.66 
34.5 

4r.l8 
37.22 
36.52 

40.48 
46.40 

43.6 
40.55 

40.57 
37.57 

37.10 
41.53 



13.11 
22.23 



43.18 1.52 ir 

38.54 21.47 

38.27 24.8 

37.16 22.2 



40.31 

20.5 

21.56 

21.14 

29.35 

22.35 

2.^24 

23.57 

23.2 

37.17 

26.11 

15.6 

23.39 

22.36 



47.30 12.0 



22.27 
26.15 

21.45 
23.12 
24.19 

24.0 

22.16 

22.23 

23.46 

23.42 

10.20 



40.49 24.18 



24.0 

42.28 

1.52^ 
30.0 
30.45 

29.58 
32.1 

6.6 
9.29 

9.35 
22.20 

7.0 
19.12 



40.59 0.56 

54.49 .3.10 w 
.38.8 21.34 
35.7 25.48 

41.6 34.0 

37.0 25.3 ' 
53.55 1.47 w 

37.50 22.23 



MAP 
II 
7 

14 
14 
14 



12 
19 
16 
18 

23 
16 

8 
15 
15 

18 
1 

22 
14 
18 
18 
20 
IS 
16 
16 
16 
20 
19 
9 

16 
18 

25 

18 
19 

18 
16 
14 

14 
15 
18 
16 
17 

8 

1 
19 

14 

22 

.7 
20 
20 

20 
2 

6 
9 

9, 

18 

23 
14 

7 
5 

18 
19 

20 

19 

5 

18 



38.42 9.9 If 7 
(61) 



9AMES. LAT. LOKO. 

Dlives, Mount of, Jehel 

Toor 31®.47' 35M5' 

Ollaon 39.7 23.14 

Olliua V,f OgHo 45.55 10.14 

OlmeiasF.? Zagara..,. 38.20 23.4 

Olinine Pr., (7. Olmia,., 38.4 22.58 

Oluiones? 38.28 23.6 

Oloetodariza 40.2 38.49 

Oluphyxas, Khilandari 40.20 24.8 

Olpae, Arapi 38.57 21.9 

Olpoe (Locris) 38.26 22.12 

OltisF., Xot 44.40 2.30 

Olurus, Xylo-knstro 38.4 22.38 

Olus? Porto di Spina 

Longa 35.16 25.44 

Olyuipia 37.38 21.38 

Olympus, Tichiraly 36.24 30.30 

Olympus M. (Bithynia), 

KheahiBh Dagh 40.0 29.20 

Olympus M. (Cypra8)i 

Oro0 Troado* 34.56 32.52 

Olympus M. (Ionia), 

Ninfi Dogh. 38.22 27.22 

Olympus M. (or Ormi- 

nium), Ala Dagh 40.20 32.0 

Olympus M. (Tbessalia), 

Lacha 40.5 22.21 

Olynthus, Agfa Jdaria, 

or Aio Mama*, 40.16 23.2t 

*OmanItaey Omaun. 23.30 57.0 

QmhX, Koom Omho 24.28 32.59 

Omirras F. (Euphra- 
tes?), Murad Tchai:, 38.50 ^40.30 

Omphalium 35.13 25.6 

Omphalium? 39.56 20.28 

On, or Onion? (Vicus 

Judaeorum), Tell e{- 

Yehud 30.22 31.28 

Onceium? 37.41 21.52 

Onchesmus, Santa Qua- 

ranta 89.53 20.2 

OnchestuB 38.21 23.9 

OnchestusF 39.33 22.31 

Oneia M 37.52 22.56 

Oneum? «.... 43.29 16.39 

OnUial.? 35.11 26.18 

Onoba, iru«/5a 87.15 6.50 W 

Onobiins F. (Aceslnes, 

or Amines), Cantara,., 37.50 15.10 

Onocb5nu8F.? 39.23 '22.6 

On this L., L. of Bok- 

hon' SS.21 21.35 

Onugn&thus I., Cervi, 

or Ela/oniti 36.28 22.58 

OnOphis? Mit Gkamr,.. 80.44 31.14 

*^Ophionense8 38.37 22.0 

Ophir? 13.20 45.0 

Ophius, Of. 40.59 40.19 

Ophitlsa, or Colubraria 

I. (of 8trabo), For^ 

mentera 38.42 1.25 

OphlQsa, or Colubraria, 

I., Columbretef 39.64 4).45 

Ophiussa I., A/aia 40.30 27.30 

Ophrynlum 40.1 26.21 

Opinum, Oppido 40.44 15.59 

Opis? 34.10 43.52 

Opitergium, Oderno 45.47 12.31 

Opizus? 42.2 25.32 

Oplonti, Torr€ delT 

Annuneiata,, 40.45 14.27 

Opone, Hafoon 10.26 51.18 

OppYdum Novum, EU 

Kadarah 36.9 2.9 

Oppldum Novum, Naye 43.11 0.16 w 
Optatiana, S*amo9ujvar, 

or Ai'meniengtndt, ^7.1 23.50 

pun ti i Ms.,3f f . Khlomo, 

<C*c 33.35 23.0 

Opus (Elis), R. Skiadha 37.52 21.41 
;)pus (Locris), Kardke- 

witMO. 38.36 23.4 



VAP. 

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19 
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18 

15 
16 
15 
18 
14 
19 
7 

12 
15 

18 

18 
24 
15 
3 
20 



7 
19 
26 

9 
22 

8 
14 

13 
2 

23 
6 

14 

16 
18 

16 



KAVK8. 

Opus Prom 

Ora? 

Orbalisknis 

OrbSlns M 

Orc&des I"., Orkney 

lalande 

Orcas, or TarvSdum, Pr., 

Dunnet Head 

Orchoe, Mogeiyer. 

OrchomSnus (Arcadia), 

KdljHihi 

OrchomSnus (Boeotia), 

r. fl. Skn'pu 

Orcistus, Alekiam Jaila 
Ordessns, or Ardiscus, 

F., Arjtech 

•Ordovices 

Ordymnus M 

Orestis 

Orestium, Marmaria.,,, 

*Oretani 

Orethus F., Oreto.,,.,.,, 

OrStum 

OrSus (Histiaea), Oreoe 

Orexis M 

Orgia, Organya 

Orgus F., Oreo 

Oricum, or Orlcus, 

EHkho 

Orippo, Aleala de Oua- 

daira 

*Oritae 

Oriundus F., Boyana»„ 

Orisa? Ea-Sukhneh 

Ormiuium M. (Olym- 
pus), Ala Dagh 

Omeae 

Ornithop51is ? Adldn.., 

Oroanda? Artcan 

Oroatis, or Ardsis, F., 

Tab 

Orobiae, Roviee 

*Orobii 

OrObis, or Orbis, F., Orh 

Orolaunum, Arhm 

Orontes F., Nahr El- 

AJuy 

Orontes M., Elwund,,,,, 

OrOpus, Oropo 

OronpSda Mons, Sierra 

Alcaragf d:e 

Orra, or Uria LocrQrum, 

Palazzi 

Orsenr 

Orthop&gum, or Thu- 

rium, M 

Orthosia ? 

OrtGna, Oriona 

Ortopula, S. Marco 

Ortospana? Cauhool...., 

Ortygia, Siraeuea 

Ortygia 1. (or Delos), 

Delon 

Orvium Prom., C. SiU 

leiro 

Oryx, or Ilalns, «. Pod- 

hogora 

OsaF., 0»a 

Osaea ? Boeca dello 

Stagno 

Osca, or Vesca, ffueeca 
Osc61a, Domo d*Onolo.. 

Oscelis, Orihuela 

Oscineium, Jfo»/f n d'Ee- 

einjot , 

*0m 

'Osismii 

Oiiraus F., Oama., 

Osopnm, Oaopo 

OSRORNK 

Ossa M., Kianovo 

Osset 

Ossondba, Faro 



LAT. LOWO. MAP. 

38<».19' 22®.32' 16 ri 

84.12 72.23 3 

40.0 38.25 20 

41.16 23.40 14 



59.0 3.0 w 



58.41 
30.47 



38.29 
39.14 

44.23 

52.48 

39.14 

40.31 

37.23 

38.30 

38.6 

38.50 

38.57 

37.51 

42.13 

45.25 



37.16 
26.0 
41.50 
34.44 

40.20 
37.47 
33.24 
37.14 

30.20 
38.48 
45.55 
43.30 
49.40 

35.50 
34.45 
38.17 



38.8 
39.20 

38.28 
34.38 
42.21 
44.16 
34.28 
37.3 

37.23 

42.5 

37.46 
42.32 

39.49 
42.9 
46.7 
38.8 

44.13 

49.30 

48.20 

43.0 

46.15 

37.20 

39.48 

37.25 

36.59 



3.24 w 
46.4 



37.44 22.19 



22.59 
31.21 

26.0 

3.30 w 
25.57 
21.20 
22.14 

3.0 w 
13.20 

3.40 w 
23.6 
22.21 

1.18 

7.20 



40.22 19.27 



6.45 w 
65.40 
19.20 
38.47 

82.0 
22.39 
35.18 
32.6 

49.52 
23.14 

9.20 

3.0 

5.50 

36.25 
48.30 
23.47 



39.0 2.20 w 



16.10 
38.0 

22.52 

36.2 

14.24 

15.29 

69.5 

15.15 

25.17 

8.52 w 

52.3 
11.15 

8^3 
0.20 w 
8.17 
1.0 w 

0.0 
19.0 

3.40 ▼ 
24.45 
13.6 
89.0 
22.42 

5.51 w 

7.54 w 



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22 

18 

18 
20 

14 
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19 
15 
18 
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12 

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15 

18 

7 

8 

15 

7 

3 

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20 
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21 
20 

22 
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20 

16 
20 

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VAMKil. LAT. tOSG* WAP. 

OstadiBUS, ATAa/M 410.42' 27«».0' 

OsteCdes I.? Vatica 38.42 13.10 

Ostia, 0»t»a 41.43 12.16 

Ostra, Corinaldo 43.40 13.2 

Ostraclne? 31.3 82.22 

♦OtadSni 55.25 2.0 w 

Othooa, Oriatnno^ 39.54 8.34 

Othr5nu8 I., Fano 39.50 19.20 

Othrys M., lemko 39.3 22.42 

Ovetum, (or Lucus As- 

turum?) Oviedo 43.22 5.57 w 

Ovilaba, Weh 48.10 14.2 

Oxinas, Kuchuk Okaina 41.22 31.39 

Ox us F., AmoOf or J ikon 39.0 64.0 

Oxus L., Sir-i-kol 37.25 73.45 

♦Oxybii 43.30 6.40 

Oxycanus, Kingdom of 26.35 69.0 

OxydHicae, or Sudracae 28.40 72.0 

Oxyneia? 39.47 21.38 

OxyrynchutifBahneath.. 28.33 30.45 

OzSne, Oojein, 23.10 75.48 

P. 

Paeciana Matidiae? r. 

n. Maraa Zeitoun 36.58 6.17 -^ 

Pachnamunis? 31.27 31.9 ] 21 

Pacbyni Portus, Porto 

di Palo 36.40 15.6 

Paohynup, or Pachy- 

num Pr., Capo Paa- 

aaro 36.41 15.7 

Paot5lus F 38.25 28.3 

Pact^a, Doghan Aralan 40.32 26.51 

Pactyas M 37.55 27.28 

Pad AN- Aram, or Aram- 

Naharaim, Al-Jezi- 

reh 36.0 41.0 

Padinum, Bondeno 44.42 11.24 

P&dus, or Erid&nus, F., 

Po 45.0 8.45 

Padflsa F., Primaro 44.38 11.45 

Paeania, n. Karela 37.56 23.50 

♦Paemani 50.15 5.0 

Paeonia '41.45 22.0 

Pneonldae, Menidhi,,... 38.6 23.43 

*Pae8lci 43.30 6.0 w 

PaestSnus (or Posido- 

niiites) S., G, of Sc^ 

lemo 40.20 14.40 

Paestum, or Posidonia.. 40.23 15.0 

Pagae, Paatho 38,6 23.14 

Pagala? 25.25 66.20 

PagJlsae 39.23 22.65 

Pagasacus S., O. of 

Volo 39.12 2,3.0 

Pagrae, Bograa 36.25 36.11 

Palaea, n. Apidhio 36.53 22.48 

Pnlaea Paphos, JCoulia 34.42 32.34 
Palaemaria, or MarSa, 

El-Baaheat 30.56 30.3 

Palaerus, or Palirus 38.45 20.54 

Palaeste 40.11 19.34 

Palanta, Bolngna 42.32 8.54 

Palantia, Pa^encia 42.1 4.27 W 

VA]e,Polikata 38.13 20.26 

Palfuriana, Villarodona 41.22 1.20 

Palica?.. 37.18 14.43 

Palimbothra? Pntna.,.. 25.37 85.15 
PalindrSmus Prom., C. 

Bah-el'Mandeh 12.40 43.34 

PalinSrus Prom., Capo 

diPalintiro 40.0 15.16 

Palirus, or Palaerus 38.46 20.54 

Paliscius, Rakhamytea., 37.27 22.14 

PaliQrus 32.19 23.10 

Palla, Bonifacio 41.23 9.9 

PallacCpas 30.40 46.40 « 

Pallantia? Relhjoa 42.28 5.17 w T 

Pallantias F., Po/oncta 39.53 0.30 w T 

Pallantium 87.27 22.20 Is 

Pallftnum, PaUano 42.10 14.30 . 9 

PallSne 38.2 23.51 i 1« 

PALLKiiE ...40.0 23.30 \li 

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NAVES. I*AT. LOlfO. 

Pftlma, Palma 39°.35' 2<».39' 

Palniaria I., Palmarola 40.56 12.52 
Palmjra(Tadmor), Taci. 

^or 34.18 38.14 

pALMntENB -. 34.40 38.30 

Palus MueOtiSy Sea of 

Azov 46.0 87.0 

PbIqj! StentdrU, 0. of 

Emt 40.43 26.5 

Palus TritSnis, Al-Sib- 

knh.. .S3.30 8.45 

Pambotis L., L, of 

lamna 39.50 21.0 

Pan>I-u3 F. (Messenia), . 

Pirnatza^ 37.6 22.0 

Pamisufl F. (Theesnlia), 

Blh,ri, or Piliuri.^,.. 39.27 21.50 

Pamphylia 37.0 31.0 

Pjinacbalcufl Mons, Voi- 

din 38.12 21.52 

Punactum? .^8.11 23.35 

Panaetolium M., rteita 38.40 21.30 
Pandataria I., Vaudo- 

teua 40.47 13.25 

Pandofia (Bruttiurum), 

n. 3/endorino 39.17 16.11 

Pandosia(£pirus), Kat- 

tri 39.18 20.36 

Pandosia (Lucania), 

Anglona^ 40.16 16.31 

Panbas 33.15 35.47 

Panels, or CaesarSa- 

Phiiippi, Banitu 33.16 35.42 

Fanepbysis? 31.8 31.50 

Pojigaeus M.» Pilof 

Tepeh 40.53 24.6 

Panhorious, or Panor- 

mnsi, Palermo 38.7 13.21 

PauioDium? 37.44 27.17 

Panium 33.17 35.41 

Paxjconia, Lower 47.0 16.0 

pANNoifiA, Upper. 46.O 18.0 

Fan5peu8 38.29 22.48 

Panormus, or Panfaor- 

mus), Palermo 38.7 13.21 

Panorinufl (Achaia) 38.19 21.49 

Panormu8(Cepballenia), 

Port Vi'akardho 38.27 20.34 

Panormui (CroU) 35.25 24.29 

Panormaa (Ionia) 37.56 27.18 

Punonuus Portas, Ko" 

rajia Agnt*eh 36.50 28.30 

Panormus Portus, i/arca 

SnlluM 31.29 26.11 

?nnoriuu8 Portas, Pa- 

norimo 37.41 24.4 

'sinnrmus Portus^ Port 

Pnlervio 40.5 19.42 

*an tafias F., Poreari.., 37.18 15.10 
^intanus L.» Logo dx 

Lenina 41.53 15.25 

*niiticapaeum, Kert$eh 45.22 36.28 

^(Dtichium, Pandik.,.. 40.54 29.16 

'anysus F., Pravadi.,, 43.10 27.30 

APHLAGONIA 41.10 34.0 

nphos, Daffo 34.45 32.25 

«ppa? 37.28 32.12 

apua M.? 37.3 7.20 

arachoathras M.^CAain 

cy JSl-Jinrt, or Cat' 

pian M". 36.0 52.0 

aicaetacRnb? 38.30 70.0 

['arnetacSni 33.0 51.0 

irnetonium, Marsa 

LiiUeit 31.21 27.12 

vRAiiA 37.60 23.65 

I ran. Desert of, El- 

Tih 30.30 34.45 

imfiotamii, r. n. Be- 

li'HHi 38..33 22.48 

raropio. Plain of. 38.15 23.20 

iRAVAKA 40.26 20.40 

xdos€C:a.> 39.50 35.21 



MAP. 

7 
9 

20 
20 

2 

19 

23 

15 

18 

15 
20 

18 
16 
15 

9 

9 

15 



9 
21 

21 
24 

19 

12 
19 
21 
14 
14 
16 

12 
18 

15 
19 
19 

19 

23 

18 

15 
12 

9 
3 
20 
14 
20 
20 
20 
23 



3 
3 
3 

2.1 
18 

24 

16 
Irt 
15 
20 



37.17 22.37 



47.29 11.8 



13.4 
32.17 

32.25 

22.32 



38.56 
41.40 

41.30 

37.30 

40.51 
35.50 
41.45 
40.40 
35.15 

28.31 
25.20 

31.0 
39.40 
36.15 
45.24 



45.22 11.46 
46.33 23.45 



18 

3 

12 
15 
18 
20 
19 
19 

25 

12 
20 

20 

18 



HAMKS. LAT. LONG. VAP. 

Pardua, Slano 42«.48' 17<'.52' 14 

Parembdie, Dehod, 23.55 32.52 3 

Parentium, Parenzo 45.14 13.35 8 

•Paricanii? 27.35 58.0 3 

Parietina, J/b«toca 35.8 4.27 w 23 

Pnrietini? 39.24 2.31 w 7 

•Pariaii 64.0 0.20w 6 

•Pariaii 48.42 2.16 6 

Parium M 36.60 35.40 26 

Pariam, Kamaret 40.26 27.4 19 

Parma, Parma. 44.48 10.21 8 

Parma F., Parma 44.40 10.19 8 

PamassQS 7 KoJ Hinar 38.52 33.34 20 
Parnassus M., Mange of 

Liakhoura 38.34 22.30 16 

Fames M., No»ia 38.11 23.43 16 

Pamon M., Ifalevo, or 

Kani 

Paropamlsus M., Seffeid 

Koh 34.0 70.0 

ParOpus, Colleeanof 37.54 13.56 

Parurbta 39.45 21.17 

ParOreia, Paleomiri.,,.. 37.29 22.10 

Parorkfs 38.30 31.0 

ParoB, Parekhia 37.6 25.10 

ParoB I., Paro 37.5 25.12 

PartbaDum, ParteU' 

kirch 

Parthenicam, n. Parte- 

nieo 

Partbenium, Bartan.,,, 
Parthenius F., .tartan 

Tchai. 

Partbentus M., Par- 

theni 

PartbenSpe (NeapSHs), 

Nnplee 

Parthia 

♦Parthini 

Parjadres Mons 

Parys&tis, Villages of?.. 
Pasarg&dae? Deh Mi* 

nair 

Pasira ? 

Pasitlgrisy or Eulaeus, 

F., ^riran 

Passaron 

Pat&ra. 

Pataviom, Padua 

Patavinae Aquae, or 
Apdni Fons, Bagni 

d*Ahano..,'. 

Patavi.esa (Colonia), 

Thorda 

PR(hmetic, see Pbatnitio 

Patmos I., Paftnb 37.20 26.34 

Pa trae, Pafra* 38.15 21.44 

PatrocU I., Oaidharo,,, 37.39 23.57 
Patt&la? Hjfderabad,,.. 25.23 68.21 
Patiimos (Tboum, or 
Pi thorn), r. n. Ab<x§- 

9ieh 30.28 31.36 

Patyeus, Paola 39.22 16.2 . 

Pauon, Porto Polo « 41.43 8.49 

Paura, PuAra 27.58 60.30 

Pans 37.51 21.57 

Pausil^pus Mons, .£^17/ 

0/ PoftUipo 40.49 14.13 

Pax Julia, Beja 38.5 7.41 w 

Puxus L, Paxo 39.11 20.10 

Pedalium Pr., C. Grego 34.57 34.6 
Pedalium Pr., or Arte- 

miiiium, C. Suvela 36.35 28.53 

PedRsus? Paitechin 37.15 27.54 

Pedisus? 39..32 26.17 

PediaiosF 35.10 .33.45 

Pedieia? 38.37 22.41 

Pehiu-H 38.0 2.3.41 

Pednelissus 37.31 31.19 ' 

Pcdona, Borgo S. Dal- 

maxzo 44.20 7.31 

Pgdum, Ga/Ucano 41.53 12.51 . 

Pegae, Hapwmati 37.22 22.11 



14.16 


13 


57.0 


3 


20.30 


14 


39.0 


20 


43.27 


22 


63.20 


3 


64.40 


3 


48.26 


22 


20.57 


15 


29.22 


20 


11.61 


8 



8 

14 

19 

18 

18 

3 



24 
9 
9 
3 

18 

13 

7 

15 

20 

19 
19 
19 

20 
16 
16 
20 

8 
II 
18 



vAms. 

Pegellft ? 

Petraeum, Perakhora,., 

Peiraeus 

PeiraeusPortnSyi^AraAo, 

or Porto Leone.; 

Peiraeus Portus (Corin- 

thia), Porto Franeo... 
Peirus F., KamenitMa,,, 
Peiso L.? Balaton, or 

Platten See. 

Pelagonia 

Pelagonia, Bitoglia, or 

Monaatir 

Pelasgiotis 

*Pelend5ne8 

Pelendoya, Krajova 

♦Peligni 

Pelinnaeum, or Pelinna, 

Kardhiki, « 

Pelion M., Zagora 

Pella, aft ApamSa, Fa- 

mieh 

Pella (Macedonia), J ^ 

kliei^ or Apoetolue 

Pella (Palaestina), Ke/r 

Beel 

Pellana. 

Pell5ne 

PelOdes Portus, Harbor 

of Butrinto 

Peloponnesus, Morea,, 
PelSrum, PelSrus, or 

Pelorlas, Pr., Capo 

di Faro 

Pel9ru8 F.? JTsta, or 

Chram 

Peltae? 

Pelu siacMou th( of Nile ), 

Tineh Mouth 

Pelnsium (Sin?), Tineh 

Pelva? 

Peme ? 

Peneius F., Gaetouni,,,, 
Peneius F., Selembria,., 

Penni-lncus 

Pennocrucium, Stretton, 

n. Penkridge 

Jt B^ITAa OI«Io**«« •••■••••• ••• 

Pentaachoenoo ? 

PcntSle, Mendeli 

PenteliCus M., or Bri- 

leasus, Pentclif or 

Mendeli, 

♦Pontri 

PeparStbos I., Piperi... 
Pcpbnus, St, Dkimitri,. 

Prraba (Caria) 

Pbraba (Palaestina)... 
Peraetheae, Valtetzi,..., 

PeroeiSna ?..- 

PercSte, Bourgat 

Percri, Peigir Kalah,,, 

Perg&mos? 

Perg&mum, or Perg&- 

mos, Bergamo 

Perge 

Fergus L., Lago Per* 

g»9a 

Perimnlicus S., Strait 

of Malacca 

Perintbus, aft^Heraolea, 

Erekli. 

Peripolium ?.. 

Pcrmessus F. ?..... 

Pernioincuro 

♦Perorsi 

Perre, Adiaman 

Pbrrrakbia 

Per8ep51ia» htnkhr 

Persicae Pylao T Kaleh 

Sefeed. 

Perplcus S., Pereian 

Gulf 



LAT. LOirO. ViP. 



38°.30' 33®.10' 
88.2 22.57 
37.56 2;$.39 

87.56 23.38 



37.60 
38.8 

46.63 
41.6 

40.58 
39.30 
41.50 
44.20 
41.68 

39.36 
39.26 

35.29 

40.44 

32.35 
37.10 
38.3 

89.44 
37.30 



23.8 
21.37 

18.0 
21.30 

21.15 
22.25 
2.40 
23.44 
14.0 

21.54 
23.3 

36.24 

22.27 

36.44 

22.22 
22.32 

20.0 
22.0 



38.16 16.40 



2» 
16 
17 

17 

18 
18 

14 
14 

14 
16 

7 
14 

9 

15 
15 

20 

16 

21 

18 
18 

16 
15 



12 



41.30 


44.80 


22 


38.12 


29.52 


20 


31.4 


32.26 


24 


31.2 


32.21 


24 


43.52 


17.8 


14 


29.39 


31.16 


24 


37.53 


21.20 


18 


39.46 


22.24 


16 


46.22 


6.66 


6 


62.42 


2.9 W 


6 


32.40 


21.0 


23 


31.1 


32.37 


24 


88.4 


23.54 


16 


38.7 


23.63 


16 


41.27 


14.26 


9 


89.20 


24.19 


19 


36.49 


22.18 


18 


36.64 


28.30 


19 


32.0 


35.50 


21 


37.28 


22.16 


18 


38.31 


6.13 w 


7 


40.13 


26.38 


19 


39.1 


4.3.40 


22 


35.29 


23.51 


19 


39.6 


27.14 


19 


37.1 


30.55 


20 


37.29 


14.18 


12 


4.0 


100.0 


2 


40.59 


27.58 


19 


.37.59 


15.i)0 


9 


38.14 


23.5 


16 


50.,37 


4.52 


6 


22.0 


15.0 w 


2 


37.46 


38.26 


20 


39.50 


22.10 


16 


29.58 


53.0 


3 


30.16 


61.50 


S 


28.0 


60.0 


t 


(68) 





Ri*-l'.ft. LAT. 

PBRSCS r 30®.0' 

Perta, Vjnk J\i;it»t 38.21 

PertuBa, Partus 41.57 

Peruaia, Ptrngia 43.7 

Pessinas, Bala Hianar,. 39.20 
Pessium (Contra Acin- 

oum), Peath 47.30 

Petaliae I"., Petaliea /». 38.0 

Petavonium? 42.5 

Peteon?.^ 38.24 

Petilia, Strongoli 39.17 

Pctiliana 37.21 

Petinesca, Bienne 47.8 

Petltanis F 38.52 

Petra (Arabia), r. in 

Wady Mouta 30.25 

Petra (Colchis), Ziehed- 

ahari 41.44 

Petra (Illyrioum), oh 

a Pali 41.25 

Petra (Macedonia), Pe- 

trovttach 41.26 

Petra (Pieria) 40.11 

Petra (Sicilia), Buon- 

pietro 37.44 

Petra Magna 31.45 

Petra Parya, Baa el- 

Toum 32.14 

Petra PertQsa, Pietra 

Pertuaa 42.2 

Petra Pertafa, or Inter- 

c\t^ II Furlo 43.36 

Petrae 45.50 

Petriana, Caatleateada.., 54.57 

Petrlna? 37.41 

*Petrooorii 45.0 

Petrocorii, for.Vesanna, 

P^ngneuT 45.1 1 

Petroniantalum,iS'f.C?2at> 49.12 
Petaaria ? Brough on 

Humhar 53.44 

Peace I., Moiah 45.0 

PeucSla? PuahkalavaU 34.12 

PEHCETIA 41.0 

•Peucini 45.15 

*Peucini, or Bastarna^ 48.30 

Phacium 7 39.35 

PhacQsa, Tell Fakhoua 30.46 

Phacussa I., Karo 36.53 

Phaedri&des 38.30 

Phaedriaa? 37.21 

Phaestus 35.3 

Pbaestus? Alifaka 39.34 

Phaestus, Vithari 38.21 

Pbftlacriam Prom., Capo 

Bnaocolmo 38.18 

Phalfcrum Prom., C, 

Draati 39.48 

Phalanna, n. Karajoli,,, 39.45 

Phalira 38.53 

Phalirus F 38.24 

Pbalasarna 35.31 

Phttlgrura 37.56 

Phalerum Portus, Porio 

Fanari 37.56 

X naioria.. ...••.•..........• oV.aO 

PhamothiB, EUKhreit.,, 31.2 
Pbanae Prom., C. Jfaa- 

tiko 38.9 

Pbanagoria, n. Taman^ 45.15 

Phanarora 40.46 

Pbara. 38.38 

Pharae 38.5 

Pharae, or Pherae, JTo- 

lamxtta.. 37.2 

Pharaga, Afnkam 31.8 

Pharan, Feiran 28.42 

Pbaran Prom, (or Posi- 

dium)? Raa Moham- 
med 27.44 

Phnraspa, Oaxa, or 

(fazica, Takht-i-Sit- 

Uivtaun 96.28 



LONG. HAP. 



52°.0' 


3 


33.36 


20 


0.1 w 


7 


12.23 


8 


31.45 


20 


19.6 


14 


24.18 


15 


6.30 W 


7 


23.21 


16 


17.5 


9 


14.0 


12 


7.15 


6 


21.19 


15 


85.38 


24 


41.43 


22 


19.25 


14 


23.15 


14 


22.16 


15 


14.6 


12 


25.6 


23 


23.38 


23 


12.30 


11 


12.41 


8 


23.4 


14 


2.45 w 


5 


14.1 


12 


0.40 


7 


0.44 


6 


1.40 


6 


0.33 w 


5 


29.30 


24 


72.16 


3 


16.40 


9 


29.15 


14 


21.0 


25 


22.0 


15 


31.44 


24 


25.40 


19 


22.30 


16 


22.4 


18 


24,49 


19 


22.10 


16 


22.21 


16 


16.31 


12 


19.38 


15 


22.20 


15 


22.30 


16 


22.58 


16 


2,3.34 


19 


23.30 


17 


23.40 


17 


21..38 


15 


29.51 


24 


26.1 


19 


36.45 


3 


36.30 


20 


20.37 


15 


21.44 


18 


22.8 


18 


66.8 


3 


33.38 


24 


34.15 


24 


47.8 


22 



HAVES. LAT. LONO. 

Pharax, Koudfah 30O.45' 18°.20' 

Pbaria, see Pbarus 

Pbaria, Vajio 27.1 22.29 

Pharmaeusaa I., Far- 

mako 37.17 27.7 

PharmatSnus 40.56 38.11 

Pharnacia, Keraaoun,.,, 40.56 38.24 
Pharos I., Faro, or 

Lightkouaa of Alest- 

andria 31 12 29.55 

Phars&lafl, Feraala 39.16 22.23 

Pharos, or Pbaria, I., 

Leaina 43.10 16.40 

•Pharusii 16.0 15.0 w 

Pharygium Prom., C. 

Punda 38.20 22.41 

PhasSlis, Tekrova 36.32 30.36 

Phasiakb 40.6 42.0 

Phasis, Poii 42.8 41.38 

Phaeis F., Rion 42.10 41.50 

Pbasis F.(of Xenopbon)? 

Arat. 40.14 43.0 

Pbatisane, /"atira 41.3 37.27 

Pbatnitio, or Patbme- 

tic, Mouth (of Nile), 

Damietta Month 31.30 31.41 

Phaura I., Phleva 37.46 23.46 

Phazania, Fezxan 27.0 14.0 

Pbazemon, Meraitoan,,, 40.50 35.36 

PHAZBMONiTis 40.50 35.40 

Pheta, Pondiko Kaatro 37.39 21.19 

Phelleas M., Mavronoro 38.14 23.56 

Pbellde, ZakhuU 38.5 22.24 

Phengus, Fonia 37.54 22.19 

Pherae? 38.18 23.35 

Pherae, VaUatino 39.24 22.43 

Pherae, Verria 37.11 22.32 

Pherae, or Pharae, Ka- 

lamata 37.2 22.8 

Pherendis? Piran 38.21 40.5 

PbialaL 33.15 35.50 

Phicinm, Phoeniciam, 

or Sphingium, M., 

Faga 38.23 23.12 

Pbigalia, or Pblgaleia, 

n,Pavlitza 87.24 21.51 

Pbigamus F., Daehartoia 

Dere 41.0 37.30 

Phila? 39.55 22.40 

Philadelphia (Rabbatb. 

ammon, or Rabbab), 

Ammdn 31.58 "SO.O 

Philadelphia, Allah- 

ahehr 88.21 28.35 

Pbilae I., Jeziret Anaa- 

el^Woiottd. 24.1 32.54 

Pbilia Prom., C. Ka- 

li'oHJik. 41.26 28.28 

Philippi, for. Crenides, 

Filibi 41.4 24.22 

PhilippopSlis, Filippo- 

poli, 42.2 24.55 

Phiiippopdlis, Oermaun 32.34 36.54 

♦Philistines 31.35 34.40 

Pbilocalla 41.3 39.6 

Pbilomelium, Ak Shehr 38.23 81.36 
PbilotSra, Old Coa- 

aeir 26.13 34.14 

Philyreis 1 40.59 38.36 

Pbinea, or Pbinopolis... 41.10 29.4 
Phintias, AlicatOf or 

Lieata 37.4 13.56 

PhinUSnis I.? Caprera., 41.13 9.27 

Prliasia .37.50 22..37 

Phlius, Polyfengo 37.50 22.39 

Phlya, iTwcora 37.49 23.58 

Phooae, Port Skropo- 

nari 38.29 23.20 

Pbooaea, Fougea, or 

Foggia 38.41 26.46 

Phocis 38.30 22.40 

Phocu^ae I"*., Moulrou 

Bocka 31.25 27.6 



KAP. 

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18 

19 
20 
20 



24 

15 



16 
20 
22 
22 
22 

22 
20 



24 
16 
2 
20 
20 
18 
16 
18 
18 
16 
15 
18 

18 
22 
21 



16 

18 

20 
15 



21 

19 

3 

14 

19 

14 
21 
21 
20 
20 

3 

20 
26 

12 
9 

18 
18 
18 

16 

19 
16 

23 






KAinSS. LAT. Loiro. 
Pboeliae, or Phjtia, 

Porta 380.41' 21®. 11' 

PHOENicB 34.0 35.40 

Phoenice (Chaonia), 

Fiuiki, 39.50 40.12 

Phoenice (Creta), Lutro 35.12 24.6 
Phoenicium, Phicium, 

or Sphingium, M., 

' Faga 38.23 23.12 

Phoenicam Oppldnm, 

Motoilah 27.40 35.30 

Pboenicus (Cythera), 

Arlemona 36.13 23.5 

Pboenicas (Ionia)? 

Tehenneh 38.20 26.20 

Pboenicus Portas 36.49 21.49 

Pboenicas Portus 36.15 29.26 

Pboenicus Portus, 

Ohatta Bay 31.8 27.55 

Pboenicas Portus, Porto 

Vindieari 36.58 15.5 

PboenicQsa I., Filicuri 38.35 14.30 

Phoenix F.? Salmeniko 38.15 21.56 

Phoenix M.. 36.39 28.10 

Phoezon 37.36 22,26 

Pholegandros I., Poly- 

kandro 36.38 24.55 

PbolSe M 37.45 21.45 

Phorbantia, or Bucinna, 

I., Levanzo 38.3 12.19 

Phorbia Pr., Pt, Euro... 37.28 25.28 
Phorcys Portus? A/ri- 

kiaBay 38.28 20.38 

Phoron Portus 37.57 23.36 

PbotinopSlis 41.25 26.33 

Phra, Furrah. 32.23 62.8 

Phricius M 38.46 22.28 

Pbrixa, Paleo Fanaro,. 37.38 21.43 

Phryoia 39.0 30.45 

Phrygia-Epictetus.... 39.36 30.30 

Phrygius, or Hyllus, F. 38.46 27.40 

Phtuiotis 39.6 22.35 

Phycus 32.56 21.38 

Pbycus Pr., Baa Sem, 

or El-Bazat 32.56 21.38 

Phyl&oe (Laconia), 

Krya Vryai 37.20 22.26 

Pbyl&ce (Pieria), Ser- 
vian or Voluatana 40.13 21.58 

Pbylftce (Tbessalia), r. 

n. Ohidek 39.13 22..38 

Pbyle 38.9 23.39 

Pbyllus 37.37 22.58 

PhyritesF 38.10 27.20 

Physcus, Marmaraa, or 

Marmariee 36.52 28.19 

Physcus F., Adhem 34.20 44.29 

Pbyteum, Kuvelo 38.36 21.36 

Phytia, or Pboeliae, 

Porta 38.41 21.11 

Picentia, Vieenza ^,. 40.37 14.64 

♦Picendni 40.40 15.0 

Picentinum, Brod. 45.9 18.2 

PiofiNUii 43.0 13.35 

Piciniana? 37.24 13.35 

Pictivi, Poitiera 46.35 0.20 

•PictSnes, or Pictari... 46.40 1.0 w 

Pieria 36.30 36.0 

PiRRiA 40.15 22.20 

PiSrusM 40.10 22.5 

PiStas Julia, for. Pola, 

Pola 44.52 13.50 

Pin&ra .36.30 29.17 

Pin&rus F., JDeli Tchai 36.50 36.10 

Pindus M 40.0 21.25 

Pineptimi (False Month 

. of Nile 81.34 31.10 

PinStas? Pinhel 40.46 7.1 w 

Pinna, Civitd di Penne 42.25 13.59 

Pintia? 41.45 4.20 w 

Piquentum, Pinguente.. 45.25 13.59 

Pirae? n. Bedroni. 38.7 21.86 

Piresiae, Vlokho 89.30 22.1 

(64) 



NAMES. LAT. 

Irina? 37^61' 

'iruin, Bukharett 44.28 

»Ua 87.40 

»isae, Pita 43.43 

MsAEA, or PiaiTis 37.43 

MsBuram, Petaro 43.55 

Maavae, Pelliaane 43.38 

'isiDiA ,.. 37.30 

'isauras, or Isaums, F., 

Foglia 43.47 

'isoraca F., Pituerga.,, 41.50 
^iat'irinm, or Pistoria, 

Pittoja 43.58 

'istjros 40.52 

^itfine, Sandarlik 38.56 

i^itch Springs (of Za- 

cynthus) 37.41 

?itbecusa, Aenaria, or 

Inarime, I., Itehia.,,. 40.44 
?ithoni, Thonm, or 

Etbam, (PatQmos?) 

r. n. AboMieh. 30.28 

Pitonius F., (Ttoveneo... 41.50 

?itj^a 40.26 

PitjonDSnnfl I., Angittri 37.42 

Piryas, PiUunda 43.10 

PityQsae I**., Itnna and 

Formentera 30.0 

Pitjussa I... 87.26 

Pi ty ussal., DanaAdattif 

or Provencal /. 36.11 

Placontia, Ptaeefiso..... 45.8 
PI agiaria ? El- Coman^ 

dante^..^, ,.. • 89.7 

Planaeia I., Pianota.,,, 42.83 

PUnesia I., Plana 38.10 

Plataeae, Kokla 88.12 

PlatamSdes Prom 87.9 

'^lataniBtus 86.3 

Platanistus Prom., O, 

Spathi, 36.23 

Platfinnm 33.41 

'latda I., Bomha. 32.23 

Plateia, Plaka 36.4 

PUvis F., Piave 46.20 

Plei«tU8 F., Xeropotamo 88.28 

Plemmjrium 37.1 

»Plerael 43.0 

Plera, Gravina, 40.46 

Plestinia? Petehio Am0» 

rolo 41.49 

Pleuron, Cattle of frene 38.25 
Plinii Villa, Pliniana.,,, 45.52 

PlinthTne ? 80.54 

PlinihiDetos S., Arab* 

Gulf 81.0 

'lumbaria 1 88.46 

Plambaria (or Enosis?) 

I., S. Antioco,..,. 89.0 

?Iambinaria,Piiii/>iiiara 41.44 
Piuvialia L? Ferro, w 

Hierro... 27.46 

*odalia - 36.47 

Podandua 87.22 

i^oecilastum 85.14 

»oecne Pctpa 86.24 

*Poediculi 41.10 

i*oetoyio, Pettau 46.25 

'ogla, Fulla 37.16 

>ogon, Port Vidhi 87.31 

'oiessa 37.35 

*oln, aft PiStaa Julia, 

^ola 44.62 

'ulaticum Pr., 0. Pro- 

montoire, 44.46 

N)lomonium, Puleman,. 41.1 

*ulichne, Reonda.,,, 37.15 

^olichne 37.17 

'olichiie? Skala 38.22 

'olimartiam, Bomarto,, 42.30 
^olitorium, La Giottra 41.46 

*o]lcntia, PoVenza 44.41 

'olleotia, PolUnua 39.52 

y 



Loira. MAP. 


130.51' 


12 


26.8 


14 


21.39 


18 


10.23 


8 


21.38 


18 


12.55 


8 


5.10 


6 


31.0 


20 


12.30 


8 


4.30 w 


7 


10.56 


8 


24.38 


19 


26.27 


19 


20.50 


18 


13.54 


13 


81.35 


24 


1.3.40 


11 


27.10 


19 


23.21 


18 


40.17 


22 


1.25 


7 


23.32 


18 


83.48 


20 


9.43 


8 


6.45 w 


7 


10.8 


8 


0.27 w 


r 


28.16 


16 


21.34 


18 


82.42 


20 


22.57 


18 


35.28 


21 


23.15 ^ 


23 


26.26 


19 


12.22 


8 


22.80 


16 


15.17 


13 


18.15 


14 


16.24 


9 


13.44 


11 


21.26 


18 


9.10 


8 


29.28 


24 


29.20 


24 


0.14 


7 


8.23 


9 


13.2 


11 


18.0 w 


2 


29.54 


20 


84.54 


20 


23.48 


19 


34.2 


20 


16.30 


9 


15.51 


14 


80.19 


20 


23.25 


18 


24.18 


19 


13.50 


8 


13.54 


8 


37.30 


20 


22.46 


18 


21.54 


18 


26.47 


19 


12.14 


11 


12.35 


11 


7.55 


8 


3.5 


7 



HAHBS. 

Pollentia (Picenom), 

Monte Moline 

Polyaegos L, Polino,,,. 
Polyantbes F., Bitfer 

of Livizza.,,,,, 

PolybStus, Bulwudun,,, 

Polyrrbenia 

PolytimStas F., Zero/' 

than 

Pompeii 

Pompeiopdlis, or Soli, 

Mezetli. 

PompeiopQlis, Tath Ku- 

pri 

PompSlo, Pamplonay or 

Pampeluna 

Pomptinae Paladea, 

Pontine Marehea 

Pons Aelii, NewcaetU on 

Tyne 

Pons Alutae, Slatina,,., 
Pons Aufldi, Ponte S. 

Venere 

Pons Augusti 

Pons Aareoli, Ponti- 

ruolo 

Pons Dmsi 

Pons Dubls 

Pons Liquentiae, La 

Motta 

Pons Milvins, Ponte 

MoUe 

Pons Nartiae (Martia?), 

Monteeeda 

Pons Naviae, Navia de 

Suama -. 

Pons Oeni, Wauerburg 
Pons Saravi, Sarre- 

hourg 

Pons Servilii, n. Sturga, 

or Strugo 

Pons Sociorum? 

Pons Vetus, Kona 

Pontes, Ponehe 

Pontes, Stainee, 

Pontes TesBenii, on 

Biver Loieaeh 

Pontia I., Ponza 

Pontinus M 

PORTUS 

Pontus Eaxinas, Black 

Sea 

Pontus F., Hadotntz 

Pontus Polbmoniacub 

Populonium 

Populoniam Pr., Capo 

di Campana 

Porata, or Hierasus, F., 

Pruth 

PorcifSra F., Poleevera 

PorolissQS, Bietritz 

Porpbyrion, Nebi Yunae 

Porsulae 

Porticenses 

Portas Adumi? Aldring- 

ton 

Portus ArgOns, Porto 

Ferrajo 

Portus Augusti, Porto., 
Portas Brundtilus,2frof»- 

dolo 

Portus Classis? 

Portus CossSnus, orHer- 

cUlis, Porto tTSreole 
Portus Delphini, Porto 

Fino 

Portus Divinus?. 

Portus Domitianus, 

Porto S. Ste/ano 

Portus Dubris, Dover,,, 

Portus Edro 

Portus Faleria, Porto 

Faleee,.,,, 



43°.16' 18*».22' 

36.45 24.39 

40.16 19.43 

38.43 81.7 

84.27 23.41 

40.0 66.0 

40.45 14.29 

36.44 34.34 

41.28 34.23 

42.48 1.40 w 

41.25 13.5 

64.58 1.36 w 

44.25 24.18 

41.5 15.32 

45.29 22.43 

45.35 9.34 

46.31 11.21 

46.56 5.9 

45.46 12.39 

41.57 12.27 

42.58 7.46 w 



48.9 
48.4 



44.19 
35.44 



7.7 
12.15 



48.44 7.4 



41.13 20.40 

46.22 18.8 

45.16 24.18 
50.20 1.51 
51.26 0.30 w 



47.43 11.23 

40.54 12.58 

37.33 22.40 

40.30 39.0 

44.0 85.0 

41.26 23.0 

41.0 38.0 

43.0 10.30 

42.57 10.30 

47.0 28.0 
44.26 8.53 

47.8 24.26 

33.37 35.26 

40.58 25.20 
89.32 9.38 

50.50 0.12 w 

42.48 10.20 

41.46 12.15 

45.10 12.16 

44.22 12.17 

42.12 11.16 



9.14 
0.55 w 



42.26 11.10 
51.8 1.1» 

45.15 12.9 

42.56 10.34 



15 

20 



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13 

20 

20 

7 

11 

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14 

9 
14 

8 
8 
6 

8 

11 

7 

7 
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6 



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9.44 
0.40 w 

1.7 w 

8.0 

1.32 w 
0.47 



25 
9 

18 
20 

2 

14 

4 

8 

8 



14 Fenartf 42.31 8.7 

6 Portas VenSris, Porto 

5 Venere 44.4 9.11 

Portus VelinL 40.8 15.6 

Poseidon, Temple of.... 37.55 23.1 
Posidi'^um (Carpatbos), 

Pigadin, or Poein 85.34 27.12 

Posidi^um (Macedonia) 40.38 23.45 
Posidi'^'um (Syria), Boe- 

eeda 85.53 85.51 

Posidi'*'um (or Enipium) 
Prom., Punta di LU 

eoea 40.14 14.58 

Posidi'^m, or Posido- 
nium, Pirom., C, Po- 
eidhi, or Kaetandreu, 89.57 23.21 
14 I PosidiSim Prom., j!?os 

8 I Burun 40.33 28.47 

14 1 Posidi'^'nm Prom., C. 

21 1 Skala 89.45 19.58 

19 1 Posidi'^um Prom., O, 

Qaioe 87.44 27.6 

Poeidi'^'nm Prom., C, 

Helena 88.20 26.11 

Posidi^um Prom., C. 

KizMman 86.4 88.8 

Posidi'^um Prom., O, 

IMarmarioe 86.44 28.21 
Posidi^um Prom., C. 

Mondendri 87.21 27.13 

Posidi'^nm Prom, (or 

Pbaran?), Roe Mo^ 

hammed 27.44 84.15 

Posidi'^um Prom., C 

Stavroe 39.1 28.4 

Posidi'^um Prom., 

Tehaueh Aghixi 41.22 81.32 

Posidonia, or Paestam.. 40.23 15.0 
PosidoniStes, or Paos- 

t&nus, S., 0, of Sa' 

lerno,.,^ 40.20 14.40 

■ m 



9 

5 

8 
11 



8 

8 

8 
23 

8 
5 
8 

8 



8 

6 

8 

6 

9 
28 

5 

8 



lat. long. map. nambs. lat. long. KAr. 

I Portus Favonii, Porto 
Favone 41«.47' 9«.23' 
_. Portus Garnae 41.55 15.12 

Portus Herciilis, Labro- 

nis, or Liburni, Li- 

vomo (Leghorn) , 43.34 10.19 

19 Portus Herciilis Mo- 

uoeci, Monaco 43.43 

Portus Herciilis, or Cos- 

s&nus, Porto d'Ereole 42.12 11.16 
Porta8Lemanis,Zyinpn«, 

n. Hythe„ 51.4 

Portus Luguidonis, Po~ 

eada 40.38 

Portus Magnus? Oran„ 35.41 
Portus Magnus, Por- 

eheeter Cattle 50.51 

Portus Maurioii, Porto 

Maurizio. 48.56 

Portus NamnStum (Con- 

divicnum, afL Kam- 

netes), Nantet 47.18 

Portus NoTus ? Bye 

Harbor 50.56 

Portus Partbenius 39.47 15.51 

Portus Pis&nusy Mouth 

of Amo 48.42 10.14 

Portus Rbusibis, Saffee 32.20 9.14 w 

Portus Romatlnus 45.41 12.50 

Portus Sasina, Porto 

Cetareo 40.18 17.56 

Portas SulcitSnus, G. 

of Palmat, 89.0 8.80 

Portus Syracus&nus, 

Porto di S, Manza,., 41.26 9.14 
Portus TelamOnis, Tala- 

mone 42.32 11.11 

Portus Tili&nus, Porto 

Tizzano 41.32 8.50 

Portas Tri^&nus, Torre 

141 di Troja 42.48 10.48 

14 1 Portus VenSris, Port 



5 

9 

8 

23 

8 



9 
9 
9 
S 

9 
8 
6 



8 

9 

18 

10 
15 

29 

9 

15 
20 
lb 
19 
10 
20 
10 
10 

24 

15 

20 
9 



NAURS. LAT. LONG. 

Posidoniam, or Post- 

di'"ura Pr., C. Pon'dhi, 

or Kitwandra 39«.6r 230.21' 

Posidonium, Port Ku- 

ternetf or Atomata,... 36.24 22.29 

PotXmi 41.58 34.50 

PoTAViA 40.60 33.0 

PotJmoB, PaUo Kattro 37.47 24.2 

Potentia, Potenza 40.37 15.47 

Potentia, S, Maria di 

Potenxa 43.24 13.39 

Potentia F., Potenza.,.. 43.25 13.39 
Potidaea, aft. Gaasan- 

drla, Pinaka. 40.11 23.20 

Potniao? 38.17 23.18 

Pracneste, PaUttrina... 41.51 12.55 

Praesidium? 41.58 9.24 

Praesidium? 41.8 7.45 w 

Praesidium? S. BUevan 42.26 7.48 w 
Praesidium, S. Luear d« 

Guadiana 37.20 7.16 W 

Praesidiatn Jaliunii or 

Scalabis, Santarem... 39.16 8.38 w 
Praesidium Pompeiii 

Boulovan 43.30 21.32 

Praesus 35.7 26.7 

Praetoria Augusta. 45.56 27.0 

Praetorium 45.7 22.21 

Praetorium » 46.4 1.35 

Praetorium, Bonigliana 43.31 16.7 

Praetorium, GranoUen 41.38 2.20 ' 
Praetorium ? n. Bun- 

manby 54.11 0.18w 

Praetorium, Rimnik 4S.4 24.23 

Praetorium Agrippinae, 

n. Zwieten 52.8 4.32 

Praetorium Latovic5- 

rum, Nenttadtl. 45.48 15.13 

•Praetutii 42.36 13.36 

Pramnos M., Melitta... 37.33 26.5 
Prasiae, r. on Porto 

Rn/ti 87.62 24.2 

Prasiae, or Brasiae ? St. 

Andreas 87.22 22.47 

Prasias, or Cercinitis, 

L., Takhyno 40.55 23.50 

•Prasil 26.0 83.0 

Prasnm Prom., 0. DtU 

gado 10.208 40.20 

Premnis, Ibrim 22.40 32.0 

Propesintbos I., D^po' 

tiko 36.57 25.0 

Pria, or Iria Flayia, BU 

Padron 42.38 8.38 w 

Priansus? 35.1 25.18 

Prifipus 40.25 27.20 

PriSne, Savuoun 37.40 27.19 

Prifernam, Attergio 42.23 13.32 

Pri»'ernura, n. Piptmo.. 41.29 13.11 

Probalintbus 38.6 23.59 

Probatia P 38.26 22.51 

Prochyta L, Proeida... 40.46 14.1 

Prooolitia, Carrawbnrgh 55.2 2.11 w 
ProoonnSsas L, Mar- 

mora 40.37 27.36 

Procma, Ghynekokastro 39.13 22.16 

Prolaquenm, Pioracco., 43.8 13.1 

PromOna 44.0 16.12 

Proni, n. Limenia >38.8 20.47 

Prophtbaaia, PfhawU' 

roon S1.60 61.48 

Propontis, Sea of Mar- 
mora 40.45 28.0 

Prosobium 38.28 21.22 

Prosymna 37.35 22.57 

Prote I., PorquerolUt.„ 43.0 6.13 

Prote I., Prolt 37.3 21.34 

Prusa, Bruta 40.10 29.8 

Prasiafi, or CiSrufi, Ut- 

kubf or Btkt Bagh.... 40.50 31.21 
PrymnesBus? Seid eU 

CfA^Sy ••.«•■..■.... •....*. nil.^v tSt'.Od 

iVyOkuiB F., Kala Dere 41.0 41 10 



MAP. NAVES. LAT. 

Psacon Pr., (7. Spada... 36®.41 

; Psam&tbus Portus, Port 
15 I Kaio 36.26 

! Psapb&ra. or Antigonea 40.20 

18 , Psaphis, iTa/amo 38.16 

20 Pselcis, Dakke. 23.12 

20 Psilis 36.42 

18 Psilis P 41.5 

9 Psophis, Tripotamo 37.52 

Psjchiura 35.6 

8 Psygmos, Gulwaini (or 

8 Great L.) 11.59 

Psylli 

15 Psyra I., P«aro 38.35 

16 Psyttaleia I., Lipeo 37.56 

11 Pteleum? 38.30 

9 Pteleum, Pfe^eo 39.1 

7 Ptolemaia (Accbo), St. 

7 Jean d^Aere 32.56 

Ptolem&is (Cyrenaica), 

Tolmeita 32.43 

Ptolem&is Hermii, Bl- 
Jaenehieh. ,.,,.,...,...., 26.28 

Ptolemais Tberon ? Erth 
leland 18.8 



LONO. MAP. 



14 
19 
14 
14 

6 
14 

7 

5 
14 

6 

14 

8 
19 

18 

18 

19 
2 

2 
3 

19 

7 

19 
19 
19 

8 
11 
16 
16 
13 

5 

19 
15 
8 
14 
18 



20 
18 
18 
8 
18 
20 



20 

20 
20 



Ptoum M., Strutzi'na.... 38.27 

Ptycbia I., Vido 39.38 

Pueinum, Caetel Duino 45.46 
Pulchmm Prom, f C. 

Zebeeb 87.17 

Pullariae I"., Brioni, 

Ac 44.64 

Pullopice, Finale 44.11 

PnlOra L, Po/ior. 26.17 

Pumentum, Cerenza 39.16 

Papalum, Villamaear^ 

gia 39.17 

Puteolanns (or Cam- 

panus) 8., Bay of 

Naplee 40.40 

Pute5Ii, PtMcuo/t. 40.49 

Pycnus P 35.36 

Pydna, iTitro 40.22 

Pyg«la 37.54 

Pygmaei 

Pylae Albaniae, or Cos- 

piae, Paee of Derbend 42.0 
Pylae Amanlcae (of 

Arrian) 37.0 

Pylae Caspiae, Pate of 

Gaduk 35.60 

Pylae Caucasiae, Paee 

of Dariel 42.44 

Pylae Ciliciae, Golek 

Boghaz 37.14 

Pylae( of Mesopotam ia) ? 

Anbar 33.30 

Pylae Peraicae? Kaleh 

Sefeed 30.16 

Pylae (Pontns), Kula- 

bat Boghaz. 40.37 

Pylae Syriae, Paee of 

Beilan 86.29 

Pylae Syriae-Ciliciae, 

Snkal Tntan 36.39 

Pylae Zagri (or Mediae), 

Tak-i-Girrah 84.26 

Ptlfs S7.0 

Pylus, or Corypbaaium, 

PaUo Avarin 36.57 

Pylua (Elis). «. Kulugli 37.50 
Pylua (Trypbylia), Bie- 

kiui 37.29 

Pyiranaids (Great) 29.58 

PyrSmus P., Jnih&n 37.18 

Pyrantbus, Pyrnthi 35.6 

Pyrenaei Ms.. Pyreneee 42.40 
Pyrenaeum Prom., C. 

Crenee. 42.19 

Pyrgi 37.24 

Pyrgi, Santa Severa 42.1 

Pyrrba (Ionia) 87.30 



' 230.44' 

22.30 

23.6 

23.53 

32.46 

28.44 

30.d 

21.54 

24.41 

50.45 

25.36 
23.36 
26.25 
22.57 

35.5 

20.55 

81.48 

38.30 
2.^17 
19.56 
13.27 

10.1 

13.46 

8.20 

64.38 

16.49 

8.38 



19 

18 
15 
16 
3 
19 
20 
IS 
19 

2 
1 

19 
16 
19 
15 

21 

23 

3 

3 

16 
15 

8 

23 

8 
8 
3 
9 



14.10 

14.7 

23.58 

22.33 

27.18 


13 
13 
19 
15 
19 
1 


48.16 


22 


36.23 


20 


62.56 


3 


44.41 


22 


34.50 


20 


42.59 


22 


61.50 


3 


39.36 


20 


86.10 


20 


36.11 


20 


46.20 
21.40 


22 

18 


21.40 
21.33 


18 
18 


21.41 
22.1 
31.5 
36.0 
25.11 
0.0 


18 
26 
24 
20 
19 
6 


3.20 
21.42 
11.55 
27.22 


7 
18 
11 
19 



LAT. 

390.9' 

39.19 
39.18 
36.39 

31.23 
40.3 
38.28 
41.10 

40.1 
40.6 



NAMES. 

Pyrrba (Lesbos) 

Pyrrba Prom., C. An- 

ghietri. 

Pyrrh&sus, n. ICokkina 
Pyrrbicbus, n. Kavaloe 
Pythis Prom., Rae el- 

Hazeit,,. 

Py thium 

Pytbo (Delpbi), Kaetri 
Pyzitea P., Vitzeh Su... 
Pyzua, or Buxentum, 

Policaetro 

Pyxua F., Buetnto 

Pyzua Pr., Capo degV 

Infreeehi 

Q. 

♦Quadi 49.0 

Quadrata, Vergiumoet... 45.21 

Quaetis P., Quieto. 45.20 

Querqnetllla ? Cappan- 

nelio 41.56 

Quintiana, Landau 48.40 

Qniaa? 35.50 

R. 

Rabbab, or Rabbato- 
ammon (Pbiladel- 
pbia), Ammdn 

Rabbatb-moab (Areo- 
pSlis, or Ar of Moab), 
Rabba 

Radis, or Ratis, I., /. 
de Ri. 

Ragandum, Windieek 
Feietritz 

Rama, Rome 

Ramab, Br- Ram 

Rambacia? 

RamSses, or Betb-sbe- 
mesb (HeliopSlis), 
Mntarieh 

Ramidava? Rimnik 

Ramotb-gilead, Jelaad 

Rapbia, Refah.. 

Rarapia, Ferreira.. ..... 

Ratae, Leiceeter 

Rataneum 

Ratinria, or Rbaetiaria, 
Widin 

Ratiatum • 

Raada, Roa 

Raudii Campi?...^ 

Ronranum, Rom.. 

Ravenna, Ravenna 

ReSte, Rieti 

*Red5nea 

RedSnea, Rennee. 

Regama? Rae aU 

Khaima.,.,, 

Regeta 

Regia? Armagh 

Regia Altera, Limerick 

Regiana, Reyna 

Regillua L., Comnfelle 
Reginum, Regeneburg, 

or Rntiebon 

Regium Lepldi, Reg- 

gio 

*Regni 

Regnura, Chicheeter ,.... 
Pegulbium, Reculver,... 

Reii, Riez 

Remesinna, Atouea Pa- 

eha Palanka 

♦Rerai 

Remi, Rheime 

Rephidim ? in Wady 

Sheikh 

Rerigonium ? Stranraer 
Rerigoniua S., Lock 

Ryan..,,. 



LONO. HAP. 

26*».18' in 



».57 
22.60 
22.26 

27.24 
22.14 
22.31 
41.16 

15.32 
15.31 



15 
li 
la 

' 1: 



39.56 15.25 



16.30 
15.53 
13.40 

12.47 

12.44 

0.26 



Si 



IT 



14 
11 



31.58 


36.0 


21 


31.22 


35.46 


21 


46.10 


1.25 w 


6 


46.25 


16.35 


11 


44.45 


6.32 


:J 


31.51 


35.15 


21 


26.10 


66.20 


3 


30.8 


31.20 


24 


45.17 


27.9 


U 


32.10 


35.48 


21 


81.17 


34.14 


24 


38.6 


8.0 w 


7 


52.38 


1.8 ir 


5 


43.15 


17.5 


U 


43.67 


22.55 


14 


47.0 


1.63 w 


6 


41.43 


3.58 w 


* 
1 


45.27 


9.0 


S 


47.40 


7.20 


« 


46.17 


0.5 


t 


44.25 


12.14 


s 


42.24 


12.53 


fi 


48.0 


1.40 w 


6 


48.7 


1.40 w 


6 


25.47 


56.6 J 


3 


41.19 


13.10 


11 


54.21 


6.39 w 


9 


52.41 


8.38 w ■ 


2 


38.11 


6.2 w 


T 


41.50 


12.43 


11 


49.1 


12.6 


•3 


44.42 


10.36 


p 


51.0 


0.0 


i 


50.50 


0.46 w 


> 


51.23 


1.11 


5 


43.50 


0.5 


6 


43.12 


22.26 


14 


49.30 


4.0 


« 


49.15 


4.1 


6 


28.41 


34.1 


S4 


54.54 


5.1 w 


S 


55.0 


6.4 ▼ 


I 


(66 


1 





HAMIB. ULT, 

Icsaena, aft. Theodo- 
8Jop61ig\, Rat el-Ain„ 36°.52' 

le^iipha, Beso/ah 35.34 

Lesen (Larii>8a)? J^Ttm- 

rond 36.0 

espa, Moifetta 41.12 

etina, n. Retina 40.48 

Keudi^ni 63.20 

e%'C8siura, S, PauUen 45.8 

ha F., Volga 50.0 

ha F. ( East branch of ), 

Kama &6.0 

habon F., SchyU 44.30 

h aedestus, orBisanthe, 

RodoHo 40.59 

nAETiA 47.0 

hactiaria, or Ratiariaj 

Widin 43.57 

hacrnc, Veramin 35.37 

hamnus, Ovriokattro,, 38.12 
harnnus Portus, Sio^ 

mio 35.23 

haptuin Prom.? 2.0s 

haptus F.? 2.0 8 

hatoHtathybiua F., 

Toff 61.30 

ha.ucus 35.15 

haii!*iuiii 42.42 

hebas, Riva Kaleh 41.14 

hegiam, Reggio 38.6 

heili 38.1 

heitrum Portos, 0. of 

Mnlo 38.23 

heitus, n. Galataku»,, 37.51 

henca I., Rhenea 37.25 

henus F., Rhine 49.0 

henus F., Reno 44.15 

h<sns Fm Karatli 40.1,1 

heziu9, Rita 41.4 

hi<;(>dunum, or Coo- 

cium, Ribchetier, 63.49 

hinocolQrii, or Rhino* 
corura? El-Ariah,^,,. 81.6 

bipaei.. 

HUM 36.50 

bium Pro in., Capo di 

Fcno 41.68 

hi urn Prom., Katiro 

Muren 38.18 

hizon, Ritano. 42.32 

hizus ? 39.40 

hoda, Rotat. 42.18 

hodanns F., Rhone..,, 44.20 

hodius F 40.8 

h'Midpe M., JDetpoto 

Dnfjh 41.30 

hodos. Rhode*, 36.26 

h(Hlos I., Rhodee, 36.10 

hoduntia 38.46 

liO«iu.«a I., Linoea 36.46 

boeteiim > 39.59 

hoet^um Prom 40. 

ho'«rc I., St. Oeorge..,, 36.9 

hossus, Arnooe 36.25 

hoMsus Mon8, Jehel 

Kenerik 36.20 

hntnnasF., Tavignano 42.13 

hiidisie(I»»py|3riB)? 40.29 

hndine(Peucetia), An- 

drin 41.12 

Vi y^mana 36.6 

hvnd^us F., J/»a- 

Ut»eh 40.18 

}iyphae (or Rhypes)? 38.16 

ieina, Recco 44.23 

i'iilna L, Alderney 49.43 

iifoniaeuB, Reinmagen 50.34 

iLf<>in5.!;u!<, Rinco 45.3 

iobe, brhy 48.30 

ipa Alta? 46.31 

ijibaci (or Hyperbo- 
rei) Montes, S, part 
of Ural 58.0 



28.30 
22.2 

9.9 

2.12 w 

7.14 

8.10 

2.58 
18.66 



60.0 



LONQ. 1 


lAP. 


40O.1' 


22 


38.45 


20 


43.23 


22 


16.35 


9 


14.21 


13 


13.30 


25 


3.50 


6 


45.30 


2 


53.0 


2 


23.32 


14 


27.31 


14 


11.0 


25 


22.55 


14 


61.46 


3 


24.3 


16 


23..33 


19 


41.0 


2 


40.50 


2 


3.13 w 


6 


25.4 


19 


18.0 


14 


29.15 


20 


15.40 


9 


23.36 


16 


20.42 


18 


23.0 


18 


25.14 


19 


8.20 


6 


11.6 


8 


27.0 


19 


40.34 


20 


2.31 w 


6 


33.47 


24 




1 


21.50 


18 


8.36 


9 


21.47 


18 


18.46 


14 


22.48 


15 


3.9 


7 


4.40 


6 


26.30 


19 


24.40 


14 


28.16 


19 


28.0 


19 


22.27 


26 


28.29 


19 


26.16 


19 


26.16 


26 


29.24 


20 


35.52 


20 


36.0 


20 


9.20 


9 


1^.16 


9 


16.17 


9 


32.55 


20 



19 
18 
8 
6 
6 
8 
6 
14 



2 



1IAME.S. 

Rithymna, Retimo 

Rittiura, Szurduk 

Ritubium . (or Litu- 

bium?), Retorbio 

River of Egypt, or Si- 

hor? Wady el-Arieh 

Roboraria, Molara 

RoborStum? 

RobricB, Longui. 

Rodumna, Roanne 

RogCnifl, Oonarra 

Roma, Rome 

Romatinus F., Lemene,, 
Romecbium? Romechi,, 

Romtila Castra? 

Ro^ulea, or Sub Ro- 

mula? n. Andretta.,, 
RosciS,num, RoHsano.,,, 
RossiLlum, Monte Roei,, 
Ro8trum Nemaviae, 

Rotomairug, Rouen 

Rnbi, Rhvo 

RubTco P.? Fiumieino., 

Rubra, Porto Nuovo 

Rubricatus F., Llohre- 

gat 

Rubricatus, or Ubus, F., 

Seiboue 

Rubrum Mare, or Ara- 

blcus S., Red Sea 

Rudiae, or Rhudiae 

(lapygia)? 

Rudiae, or Rhndiae 

(Peueetia), Andria,,, 

RufTrium, 8. Angelo 

Rufrae, Ruvo 

*Ru|Eni 

*Rugusci 

Rura F., Ruhr 

Rusa<iir, Melilla 

Ru nadir Prom., C. Tree 

Foreat, or Rfte aU 

Deir 

Rusaxus? Sidi Daoud., 

Ruscino, Perpignan 

Ruscino, or Tetts, F., 

Tet 

Rusellae, RoeeUe,,., 

RuBgiinia, r. on G, 

Matifou 

Rusicada 

Runpina? Ee-Sahalin.., 

Rustici&na, Onlieteo 

Rusnbbieari, Sarab Vel- 

rab 

Rusuccurrum ? Sidi 

*Rut5ni 

Rntuba F., Roya 

•Rutiili 

Rutunium, Rowton 

Rntupine, Richborovgh 

CnstU 

RyknieldWay 

S. 

Saba? 

^Snbaei 

Sahara ? Mnrtabnn 

SabarRpus S., 0, of 

3fartahnn 

Sabaria, Stein- am- Anger 

iSabSte, S. Mareiano 

Sahatinca? 

Sabatinus L., Logo di 

Braceiano 

Sab&tus F., Sahnto 

Sabatu8F.(Bruttiorum), 

Sftvuto 

•Sabini 

Sabis F., Sambre 

Sabium, Sabbio 



LAT. 

35°.22' 
45.9 



1.0X0. 

24°.28' 
20.20 



44.56 9.$ 



30.45 

41.47 

41.11 

47.21 

46.2 

29.32 

41.54 

45.50 

38.22 

45.16 

40.57 
39.33 
42.14 

48.2 

49.27 

41.7 

44.11 

41.30 

41.30 

36.27 

20.0 

40.29 

41.12 

41.22 

40.51 

54.10 

46.0 

51.23 

35.20 



35.28 
36.52 
42.42 

42.44 

42.48 

36.48 
36.54 
35.46 
39.59 



86.46 

44.21 

44.0 

41.35 

62.43 

51.18 
62.20 



16.45 
16.10 
16.38 

15.0 
47.13 
42.7 
47.20 

42.8 
41.0 

39.8 
42.15 
60.16 
45.39 



33.40 
12.45 

6.55 w 
0.5 W 
4.4 

60.35 
12.29 
12.54 
16.26 
15.33 

15.17 
16.41 
12.16 

10.46 

1.6 
16.28 
12.27 

9.16 

1.66 

7.30 

39.0 

18.15 

16.17 
14.14 
15.33 
13.0 
10.0 
7.0 

2.56 w 



2.57 W 

4.41 

2.54 

3.0 
11.13 

8.15 
7.8 
10.42 
6.3 w 



36.47 3.35 



2.61 
2.35 
7.36 
12.32 
2.64 w 

1.19 
1.55 w 



43.20 

45.0 

97.32 

96.0 
16.38 
12.7 
15.1 

12.12 
14.60 

16.0 
12.45 
4.0 
10.26 



8 

24 
11 
7 
6 
6 
3 



9 
14 

9 

9 

11 

25 
6 
9 
8 
9 



23 



9| 

9 

9 

9 
25 

8 
25 
23 



MAP. NAMRS. 

19 Sablones, Veuloo 

14 Sabrata, THpoH^Vee- 

chia 

Sabrina, or Sabri&na, 

Aest., Mouth of Se' 

vem « 

Sabrina F., Severn 

Sabus... 

*Sacae 

Sacamaza, Medina e«> 

Sultan 

llilSACARDH RbGIO 

8 I Sacasrne 

Sacer F., Arho 

Sacer F., Urae 

Sacer Mons 

*Saohalitae ? 

Sacra I., Isola Sacra,,, 
Sacred Bay, B, of Ko- 

reiny or Qrane 

Sacri-portus ? Vatte 

Saceo 

Sacrum Prom 

Sacrum Prom., C. Khe- 

lidonia 

Sacrum Prom., 0. St. 

Vincent 

Sadame? DevUt Aghaj 
Saeprufl F., Flumendoea 

Saetabis? 

Sagalasstts, r. n. Aghta- 

san 

♦Sagartii? 

Sagis? n. Migliaro 

Sagras F.? Alaro 

Sagrus F., Sangro 

Sa gun turn, Murviedro,, 

Saie, Sa el-Hajar. 

Saittae, Sidae Kaleh.,,, 

Sala F., Saale 

Sala F., Wady Bou 

Regreb 

Sala, r. of Sheila, n, 

Rabat 

Salacia, Alcazar do Sal 

Salacia, Pombeiro 

Sal&mis, Ambelaku,,..,, 
Sal&mis (Cyprus), r. n. 

Coatanza 

Sal&rois I., Kulurif or 

Salamit 

Salaminias, Salamiyeh., 

Salapia, Solpi 

Salaplna Palus, Lago 

Snlpi 

*Sa1aesi 

Salbacum M., Boz Dagh 

Salohah, Sulkhad.,. 

Saldoe ? 

Salduba, aft. Caesar- 

augueta, SaragoMa.,, 
Salduba, Tower c/Bove- 

dae 

Sald«baF 

Salebro? 

SalSnae, Cheaterfieldf n, 

Sandy 

♦Salentlnl 

Salontinum (or I«py- 

gium) Prom., Capo 

di Leuea 

Salernum, Salerno 

Salia F., Sella 

Salice. or Taprobane, I., 

Ceylon 

Salientes? Orenae 

Salinae 

Snlinoe 

9 Salinae, Fvhinet 

11 Salinae. n. Cer.ina 

6 j Salle, Szala Egerateg... 
8 'Sallantum 



LAT. LONG. HAF. 

61<'.23' 6°.7' 6 
32.48 12.25 



61.30 2.50 w 

52.25 2.20 w 

39.5 38.17 

39.0 72.0 

81.9 17.15 



39.40 

42.6 

39.44 

41.56 

18.0 

41.44 



41.46 
36.22 



23 

23 

6 

6 
8 

23 

23 

23 

7 

23 

23 
6 
8 

11 
5 

6 
6 



3 
3 
2 

2 

14 
11 
14 

11 
9 



37.38 
26.45 
44.48 
38.27 
41.54 
39.41 
30.57 
38.45 
51.45 

34.0 

34.4 

38.22 
41.23 
37.67 



41.35 
45.40 
87.10 
32.31 
36.53 



36.28 
36.35 
42.52 

52.7 
40.13 



7.0 
42.22 
42.30 
31.50 
46.24 
43.18 
46.50 
42.47 



46.30 
9.20 
8.40 
12.32 
65.0 
12.15 



29.26 48.0 



13.0 
29.10 



36.13 30.26 

37.2 9.0 w 

42.11 26.59 
39.40 9.20 
39.0 0.42 w 



30.38 
64.0 
11.59 
16.25 
14.15 
0.15 w 
30.44 
i8.45 
11.40 

6.40 w 

6.49 w 
8.22 w 
8.12 w 
23.32 



36.10 33.55 

37.55 23.30 

34.47 37.11 

41.26 16.0 



16.0 
7.30 
29.0 
36.51 
3.61 



41.46 0.54 W 



5.0 W 

6.1 w 
10.53 

0.1 7 W 
18.0 



39.48 18.22 

40.40 14.46 

38.28 23.35 
43.24 6.30 w 



81.0 
7.57 w 
14.12 
14.23 
2.3.46 
10.31 
16.52 
18.14 



23 



5 

6 

20 

3 

2.^ 
1 

22 
9 
9 

11 
3 

n 



11 
20 

20 

7 

14 
9 
7 

20 
I 

9 

9 

I 

24 

20 

25 

23 

23 
7 
7 

10 

20 

16 

20 

9 

9 

8 

20 

21 

23 



7 
7 
8 

6 
9 



9 
13 
16 

7 

2 

7 
8 
23 
14 
8 
14 
14 



(67) 



NAMES. LAT. 

Bal man Ilea (Elman- 

tlca?)| Salamauca.,,, 41^.6' 

BalmOne, Krekuki 37.40 

Balmorudifl, or HalmJ^- 

ris? 44.50 

Salmydessus, Midxah.,, 41.40 

SaloF., XaJon 41.30 

Salodaram, Soleure 47.13 

Salon ^ 40.40 

SalSna, Salona 43.32 

SaUoyia, Baba Dagh... 44.55 

SalstLlae, Si»lcet 42.50 

Salflum Flamen..' 37.20 

Salt, Valley of, JSl-Ohor 31.5 

Saltioi, Sitante 30.30 

Saltos GastuloDensis.... 38.40 

Salumnm, Salumo 46.17 

•Salyes 43.30 

Sam&ra F., Somme 50.0 

Samaria 32.10 

Samaria, afl. Sebaste, 

Sebu9tieh 32.18 

Samarobrlva, aft. Am- 

biftni, Amient, 49.54 

Sambina? Seitnarrak.,, 32.57 
Sambraoitanus S., Sl 

TropeXfOrOrimaudB, 43.17 
Sambaloa M., Sutthulah 34.15 

Same, iSbmo« 38.14 

Samlcum 37.32 

Saminthus? Kuttopodhi 37.41 

Samnidm 41.30 

Samochonltis L. (Waters 

of Merom), Bahr eU 

Samonium Prom., or 

SalmQne? C, Sidero,. 35.20 

Samoa 37.42 

Samoa I., Sttmo 37.45 

Samoa, or Cepballenia, 

I., Cephalonia 38.15 

Samps&ta, Snmotat 37.32 

Samothrace, Paleopoli.. 40.30 
Samothr^e L, SamO' 

thraki 40.2ft 

Sander^a. 42.42 

Sane 40.6 

Sane (Uranopdlia?) 40.22 

San^la? 31.0 

SangariuB F., Sakaria„ 40.0 

Sanina, Moghan , 30.38 

Sanisera, Alajor. 39.53 

Sanora, Sehemknr 40.43 

Santicom, n. Viflaeh..,, 46.38 
*Santdnea, or Santooi.. 45.45 

Snntdnes, Saintea 45.45 

Sanidnum Portua, La 

BockelU 46.10 

SantSnum Prom 46.16 

Sapianae, FUn/kirchetif 

or Peet, 46.6 

Sapia F., Savio, 43.54 

Sapphe, or Bezabde, 

Jesireh Tbn Omar,,,, 37.17 

Saragana, Sitikar. 36.54 

Sabambnb 41.20 

Saranoa 26.0 

Sarapana, Scharopani.,, 42.6 

Sardica, Sophia 42.37 

Sardia, Sart 38.28 

Sardo, or Sardinia, 

Sardinia 40.0 

Sarepta (Zarepbath), 

Sard/end 33.57 

SaroarausIne 39.23 

Sabhatia 54.0 

Sarmatia AsiatIca 46.0 

Sarmatici Ma 49.0 

Sarmatloua Ooe&noa, or 

Mare Saeylcumi Bal- 

tie Sea 57.0 

ftarroicegetQsa (Col. 

nipiA Triuana; 45.30 



LONQ. MAP. NAMES. LAT. LONG. 

Samade? 44M6' 17M9' 



5<'.42'w 


7 


21.36 


18 


28.49 


14 


28.6 


14 


1.30 w 


7 


7.32 


6 


32.0 


20 


16.28 


14 


28.40 


24 


2.55 


6 


5.5 w 


7 


35.30 


21 


2.14 w 


7 


3.0 w 


7 


11.10 


8 


5.40 


6 


2.0 


6 


35.15 


21 


35.9 


21 


2.17 


6 


47.26 


22 


6.40 


8 


46.5 


22 


20.37 


18 


21.37 


18 


22.43 


18 


14.20 


9 



85.38 



21 



26.19 


19 


26.57 


19 


26.50 


19 


20.30 


15 


38.36 


20 


25.32 


19 


25.35 


19 


18..35 


14 


23.19 


15 


23.56 


15 


74.0 


3 


30.54 


20 


49.0 


22 


' 4.10 


7 


46.5 


22 


13,51 


14 


0.36 w 


6 


0.36 w 


6 


1.9 w 


6 


1.13 w 


6 


18.16 


14 


12.5 


8 


41.59 


22 


45.5 


22 


36.0 


20 


67.0 


3 


43.6 


22 


23.27 


14 


28.5 


19 


9.0 


9 


35.19 


21 


36.0 


20 


30.0 


2 


45.0 


2 


20.0 


14 


20.0 


2 


22.50 


14 



Sarniua F., Atrek 37.40 

Sarnua F., Samo 40.44 

Saron Campus (Plain 

of Sharon) 32.16 

Saronlcus S., 0. of 

Egina 37.48 

Sarp€don Prom., C. 

Oremea 40.35 

SarpSdon Prom., Littan 

el-ICarpeh 36.14 

Sarraca, Sarche 46.5 

Sarrum, Hnnme, or Oum 45.34 

Sar^Ina, Sartina 43.57 

Sams F., Seihoon 37.30 

Sasima? 38.2 

Saaon I., Sauena 40.30 

Sat&la 40.6 

SattcfiU, S. Agata dei 

Ooti 41.6 

Satnioeia F., Touzla 39.35 

Satricam, Conea 41.31 

Saturium, Saturio 40.21 

Saturiil Prom., or Scom- 

braria, C. Palo*. 37.38 

Saturnia, Saturnia 42.41 

Sauconna, or Arar, F., 

Sadne 46.20 

SauniamF.? Saja 43.20 

Saoromatae 

Savatra? 38.11 

Savo, Savona 44.18 

Savo F., Savone 41.10 

Savns F., Save 45.48 

Saxa Rubra, or Rubrae 
(Ad Gallinaa), Prima 

Porta 42.1 

Saxet&num, or Sex, n, 

0, Saerati/. 36.42 

•SaxSnes 63.40 

Saxula 41.69 

Scaidara, Sintova 43.39 

Scal&bia, or Praeaidium 

Julinm, Santarem 39.16 

Scaldia P., Seheidef or 

E$caut 61.0 

Scamander F., Bunar-- 

bauhi Tchai. 39.54 

Scamander F. (Sicilia) 37.58 

Scamnum, Latiano 40.33 

Scampae, El-bateau 41.10 

Scandaria Prom., Koum 

Point 36.65 

Scandeia? Knpeali 36.9 

Scandlle I., Skantzoura 39.4 
Scandinavia, or Scan- 

DIA? 60.0 

Scaptia, Paneerano 41.54 

Searabantia, Oedenburg 47.42 

Scarcopi 39.20 

ScardSna, Scardtma 13.50 

Scarddna L, Oroeea, or 

Lunga 44.0 

Soardus M., Sharra* 

daghf or Trhardaglu, 42.0 
Scarphe, or EteOnua?,.. 38.14 

Scarpheia 38.47 

Scenae Mandrarum 29.46 

Scenae (Succoth), r. n. 

Shibbeeti 3016 

Soepaia 39.48 

Scetw 30.19 

Schinuasa I., Skinoea,,. 36.52 

Schiste 38.27 

Schoenua, Kalamaki,.,, 87.56 
SchoenuaF.? JCatinvari 38.17 
Schoenua Portua, B. of 

Kalamaki 87.56 

Schoenua S., B. o/Loxa 36.44 

Sciithia M., Snita 37.51 

Scifithos I., Skiatho 39.10 

Scidrua, /Sri^ri 40.1 

Scillium, Kaxnreen 34.57 



55.0 
14.30 

34.66 

23.30 

26.7 



MAP. 

14 

3 

13 

21 



NAMES. 



LAT. 1A>We. MA?. 



33.59 


20 


10.55 


8 


0.14 


6 


12.11 


8 


35.26 


20 


34.36 


20 


19.18 


15 


40.3 


20 


14.30 


13 


26.8 


19 


12.46 


11 


17.19 


9 


0.37 w 


7 


11.27 


8 


4.60 


6 


4.0 w 


7 




1 


33.21 


20 


8.28 


8 


14 


9 


16.0 


14 



12.29 

3.30 w 
10.0 
12.56 
25.13 

8.38 w 

4.0 



18 
19 



11 

7 
25 
11 
14 



6 



26.14 


19 


12.50 


12 


17.43 


9 


20.2 


14 


27.19 


19 


23.0 


16 


24.6 


19 


15.0 


2 


12.47 


11 


16.36 


14 


9.33 


9 


15.56 


14 


16.1 


14 


21.0 


14 


23.34 


10 


22.40 


16 


31.19 


24 


31.22 


24 


27.17 


19 


30.15 


24 


26.31 


19 


22.34 


16 


23.1 


18 


23.13 


16 


23.1 


16 


28.7 


19 


22.17 


18 


23.28 


16 


16.49 


9 


8.47 


23 



23.SI 
16.50 



30.68 

31.13 

14.18 
10.5 
2.31 



10.42 
24.39 

7.1 
7.40 



3.0 

1.30 

3.10 
0.46 
4.43 



12.54 
9.26 
4.12 

3.11 
6.M 



2i<'.36' 


n 


6.50 


S 


2.3.31 


\i 


23.26 


1< 


22.23 


l5 


23.15 


16 


19.33 


14 


39.45 


J«3 


21.34 


U 


23.25 


U 


0.37 w 


m 


0.55 w 


T 


22.40 


14 


23.43 


l^ 


35.45 


20 


22.0 


IS 


23.36 


14 


22.32 


li 


11.0 


S 


21.43 


u 


35.0 


2« 


16.44 


9 


15.44 


» 



SciHua, n. Makryeia 37°.36' 2i<'.36' 

Scingom&gua? Siguin.,. 44.56 

Scione 39.57 

Sciradium 37.59 

SciRiTis 37.15 

Scironides Petrao 37.58 

I Scodra, ii. Skutari. 41.66 

Sooedises Mona, Kepan 

Dagh .39.50 

Scollis M., Sandameri,. 37.58 

Scolua 38.16 

Scombraria (or Saturni) 

¥rom,f C, Paloe, 37.38 

Scombraria, or Hercll- 

lia I., Eecombrera 37.34 

Scomiua M., Argentaro 42.16 

Scopgloa 1., Skopelo 39.7 

Soopiilus Rhos8icu8,£a« 

el-Khanzir 36.18 

Scotane 37.60 

Scotnssa 40.68 

Sootusaa, r. n. Supli..,,, 39.21 
Scultenna F., Pauaro.., 44.29 
Scapi, Uekup, or Skopia 41.65 
Scylax F., Techoterlek,, 40.12 

Scylla, Roek of. 38.14 

Scyllaeum, Seglla 38.14 

Scyllaeum Prom., C. 

Spadi, 37.28 

Scylletlcus S., O. of 

Sqnillace 38.45 

Soy 1 ledum, Scylacium, 
or Seylacaeum, Squil- 

laee 38.50 

Scyroa ., 38.63 

Scyros I., Skyro, 38.50 

Soyras P 36.41 

ScTTHiA (of fierodd- 

tua) 50.0 

ScYTHiA extra Imaum.. 40.0 
ScYTHiA intra Imaum... 50.0 

ScYTHiA Parva 44.40 

*8cy thini 40.20 

Scythopdlis (Betbahan), 

Byedn 32.33 

Sebaete (Samaria), ^e- 

buetieh 32.18 

Sebaatia, /S'l'vat. 39.40 

SebastopSlia, for. Bios- 

curias, hkuria 42.48 

SebastopSlia, Kieiljek,,, 37.26 
Sebastopolis, TurkhaL,. 40.17 

Sebatum, Sabe 46.47 

Sebennytic Mouth (of 

Nile), Boorloe Moutk 31.34 
Sebenn jf tas ? Semen^ 

houd 31.0 

SebSthus F., Madda- 

lona 40.52 

Sebinua L., Logo cTIeeo 46.46 

Secerrae, ^S*. Ctloni 41.44 

Secia, or Gabellna, F., 

Seeehia 44.30 

Securiaca, Tchernelan.. 43.39 
Secuaia, or Segusio, 

iS'M»a 46.7 

♦SedGni 46.15 

Segantiorum (or Setan- 
tiorum) Portus? Lan- 

eaeter B, 64.0 

Segednnum, Cotuene 

Houee 66.0 

Segeia (or Seteia), 

Aest? 68.25 

Segelocum, Littleboro*,, 63.20 
Segeaaera, /?ar-«»r..iu&e 48.14 
Segesta, or Egesta, n. 

Segeeta 37.59 

Segesto, Seatri Levante 44.17 

Segiaamo, Saeamon 42.38 

Segifamunciilum, Bat- 

luereanee 42.32 

•Segni 60.14 

(68) 



IS 



16..30 


9 


24.32 


19 


24.35 


19 


22.30 


IS 


85.0 


2 


90.0 


2 


60.0 


« 


28.30 


14 


40.0 


22 


86.32 


21 


85.9 


21 


87.3 


20 


41.17 


25 


29.5 


2« 


36.15 


*« 


11.40 


6 



24 

24 

13 
6 



5 
14 

S 
8 



5 
6 

12 



T 



VAXES. LAT. 

06gobodium, S«vewp„... 47^.84' 

8cgobrigH, Segorbe 40.24 

Segodanum, aft. Ruteni, 

Bkoden. 44.21 

Segontia, ^piVa 41.41 

Segontia, SiguenMa..,,,, 41.4 

*SegoDtiacL 51.6 

Segontiam, Caar Seiont 

( Caernarvon) 53.9 

Segon,Segri, 47.42 

Segosa, £»eoHr§€, 44.10 

*Segovfllaani 44.50 

Segovia, Segovia 41.1 

•Segusiani 45.40 

Begnsio, Su9€i, 45.7 

Segnstero^ Sieteron 44.12 

Seir ML, Jebel e«A- 

Skerah 30.30 

Se:rae, Lopeei, 37.52 

Sela. 87.6 

S«la F., Langovardho.,, 37.6 
Selambina, Salobrena.,. 36.45 

Selemnas F 38.16 

Dvieucia... ......»*• ......... «)«$.4 

Beleucia? 33.3 

Selencia (Gilicia), Selef- 

keh 36.23 

Seleucia (Pamphylia)... 36.51 
Seleucia in Pieria, n. 

Suadeiah 36.6 

Seleucia SidSra, Eger- 

dir, 37.64 

oBLKUClB. .....•«•• .......a. «j0.19 

Selge, Snrh 37.19 

•Selgdvae 55.20 

Seliniana? Eetrioa 41.56 

SELiNiTifl 36.20 

SellnuF, Kotmtu, 37.5 

BeWnuB, PiUri 37.36 

Selinus, or Tri^anopS- 

lis, Selinty 36.16 

Selinus F., Madinni.,,., 37.36 

SelinuB F., Voetitza 38.5 

Selinos Portos, E*marh 31.29 
Sellasia, St, Saranda.,. 37.7 

Sellium, Seijo 39.46 

Selymbria 41.5 

Semims F., Simmari,.. 39.0 

*Seixin5ne8 52.10 

Sena F., Ceeano 43.39 

Sena Oalllca, Sinigag- 

h'a 43.43 

Sena I"., A de Sein.,,. 48.4 

Sena Jalia, Sienna 43.22 

^SenSnes. 48.0 

•SenSnes 43.50 

Sen5ne8y Sent 48.11 

SenUce, Ca$troverde 40.51 

Sentinum, Sentina 43.26 

Senus F., Shannon, 53.15 

Sepelaci, Caetellon de la 

Plana 39.59 

Sepia M 39.54 

Sepias Prom 39.10 

Sepinnm, Senino 41.26 

Sepoinana, Omago 45.25 

SepphSris, aft. Diocae- 

{tarSa, Se/urieh 32.45 

Septem Maria. 45.0 

Septem Fratret, Jebel 

Mouea ..••• 35.54 

SeptempSda, ^. iSsMniio 43.15 
Septimauoa, Simaneae^ 41.35 

Seqa&na F., Seine 49.0 

•Sequ&ni 47.0 

ScranGra 40.27 

Serapaeam 41.9 

ScrapSum (Baal- 

zephon ?), r. below 

Birket Temeeh 30 24 

Ser&pis I., Maenera 20.30 

Berbonifl hncvLBfSabakat 

Bardowal 31.5 



LONO. HAP. 


5°.45' 


6(1 


2.19 w 


7 


2.35 


6 


1.13 w 


7 


2.41 w 


7 


1.30 w 


6 


4.15 w 


5 


0.52 V 


6 


1.1 w 


6 


4.52 


6 


4.8 w 


7 


4.30 


6 


7.1 


8 


5.55 


6 


85.35 


24 


21.55 


18 


21.35 


18 


21.38 


18 


3.39 w 


7 


21.50 


18 


44.39 


22 


35.40 


21 


33.57 


20 


31.19 


20 


85.56 


20 


80.57 


20 


38.15 


20 


31.10 


20 


3..30 w 


5 


8.23 w 


7 


32.30 


20 


22.45 


18 


12.48 


12 


32.19 


20 


12.46 


12 


22.1 


18 


26.30 


23 


22.59 


18 


8.36 w 


7 


28.16 


14 


16.37 


9 


13.0 


25 


13.0 


8 


13.13 


8 


4.50 w 


6 


11.21 


8 


2.45 


6 


12.40 


8 


3.17 


6 


5.51 w 


7 


12.50 


8 


8.0 w 


2 


0.4 w 


7 


22.21 


18 


23.21 


15 


14.36 


9 


13.31 


8 


35.17 


21 


12.15 


8 


6.25 w 


23 


13.12 


8 


4.50 w 


7 


1.40 


6 


5.40 


6 


36.48 


20 


29.3 


26 


32.10 


24 


58.50 


3 



83.0 



24 



HAVES. 

Serlphos, Livathi. 

Serlpbos I., Ser/o 

Seriane, Earieh 

SerIca, China 

Sermanieomagus, Su 

Laurent de Sirie 

Sermo, Meualoeha 

Sormyle, i». Ormylicu,,. 

Serota, Veroeze 

Serpa, Serpa 

Serrbae, Kara Bambottj 

Seras F.? Sang-koi. 

Senrittium ? 

Ses&mus, aft Amastris, 

Amaeeerah 

Sessites F., Sesia 

Sestlnam, Seetino,, 

Sestos 

♦Sesuvii ., 

SetaDtiornm (or Segan- 

tiomm) Portna? Lan- 

eaater B 

Seteia (or Segeia) 

Ae«t? 

Sethnim 7 

Setia, Sena 

Setins M., Cette, 

Seumara? Gartinkalek,, 
Sevo M., Mt, Sevo, n. 

Oottenburg 

Sex, or SaxitfiDum, n. 

C. Sacratif. 

Sex Invlilae? Hajarou 

en-Nekkor, Ac 

Sexantaprista, Birgoe,., 
Sextantioi r. n. CaeteU 

nau (on the Leg) 

Sbalem, Salim 

Shecbem, or Sychar 

(NeapSIia), Nabloue., 

Shilob, Seiioun 

Shunem, Soldm 

Sbor, Desert of. 

Sbusban (Sasa), Sooa,.. 
Siagul, ITaitr ez-Zeit.,... 
Siaztlroty Shahrixoor..,, 

•Sibae 

Sibarift, Zamocina 

Siberena, S, Severino,.. 

*Sibaxate8 

♦Sibyllates 

*Sicambri 

Sicca Veneria, Kaeeir 

Jebir 

Siclnos L and Town, 

Sikino 

Sicor Portns, Baie de 

Bonrgneuf. 

Siodrifl F.f Segre 

Siofilam Fretam, Strait 

of Meeeina 

Sioyon, Vaeiliko 

SicroNiA 

Side? 

Side? 

Side, EeH Adalia 

Side, or Sidua, Soueaki 
SidSna, Boghazahehr,,,, 

SiDBNB 

Sidenufl F., Puleman 
Tchai 

SidSrus Pr., C, AdraU 
eehan 

*SidiciJii 

Sidoloeam, Saulieu 

Sidon, Saida 

Sidune? Shenae 

Sid^ma. 

Siga, Honain 

Siga F., Tewantn 

SigSum 

SigSum Prom 

Signia, Segno, 



LAT. LONG. 
37*».9' 240.31' 
37.10 24.30 
85.18 37.48 
35.0 110.0 



45.56 
41.35 
40.15 
45.52 
37.59 
36.22 
31.30 
44.57 

41.45 
45.30 
43.44 
40.13 
48.40 



0.29 
4.3 

23..34 

17.26 
7.24 

38.11 
105.0 

17.23 

82.24 

8.23 
12.16 
26.25 

0.10 



53.25 
30.55 
41.30 
43.24 
41.51 



35.16 
43.41 

43.39 
32.16 

32.15 

32.5 

32.37 

30.45 

32.0 

36.26 

35.20 

31.40 

41.26 

39.12 

43.35 

43.15 

60.50 



47.0 
42.0 

38.10 
37.58 
87.67 
36.29 
38.13 
36.47 
37.55 
40.14 
40.55 



36.20 

41.14 

47.16 

33.33 

26..33 

36.24 

35.8 

35.8 

39.59 

40. 

44.59 



MAP. 

19 

19 

20 

2 

6 

7^ 
15 
14 

7 
20 

2 
14 

20 
8 
8 

19 
6 



64.0 3.0 w 



8.10 w 
82.3 
13.5 

8.39 
44.46 



57.41 12.0 

36.42 8.30 w 



3.48 w 
26.44 

8.63 
35.19 

35.14 

85.16 

35.21 

34.0 

48.25 

10.38 

45.49 

71.30 

6.45 w 
16.53 

1.15 w 

0.50 w 

7.30 



36.0 8.28 
36.42 26.8 



2.6 w 
1.12 

15.36 

22.44 

22.42 

23.9 

23.30 

31.24 

23.4 

27.12 

37.30 



40.65 37.29 



30.35 

14.10 
4.14 

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Signia, &^iit 41<».42' 13<».5' 

Sigrium Pr., C. Sigri^, 39.11 25.50 

Sigus? Summah 36.11 6.49 

Sihor (or River of 

Egypt)? Wadg el- 

Arteh 80.46 83.40 

Sila Silva. 38.50 16.20 

Silandua, Selendi,„ 38.43 28.59 

Sil&rna F., Sele 40.30 15.0 

Sil&rua F., Silaro 44.25 11.40 

Sile. 30.46 32.9 

Silis F., Sile 45.40 12.15 

Silla, or Delas, F., 

(Gyndea?), Diyalah,, 34.0 44.50 

•Silurea 62.0 3.10 w 

Silva Laarentia 41.42 12.25 

Silva Teutobergiensia... 61.50 9.0 

Silvanectea, Senlie, 49.12 2.35 

Silvia? Kuprie 44.2 17.11 

Silviam, Qaragnone 40.54 16.10 

Simbrivini Montea 42.0 13.5 

•SimSni, or loeni 52.25 1.0 

Sim o is F., Mendere 

Tchai, 39.56 26.15 

Simoia F. (Sicilia), 

Freddo , 38.0 12.54 

Simj^ra, Jahmnra 34.60 36.0 

Sin, Desert of, Wadg 

Mokatteb 28.50 33.24 

Sin (Pelusium)? Tineh 31.2 32.21 

♦Sinae 30.0 115.0 

Sinai, Mt., Jebel Motua, 

Jeb. JCaterin, d:e 28.30 34.0 

Sinamm S 

Sinda, Agelan 37.18 29.36 

Sinda, Anapa 44.65 37.17 

Sindooanda? Candy 7.18 80.47 

Sindomana? Sehwan,,. 26.20 67.56 

Sindua 40.37 22.50 

Sinerva, ^n» J?«;t. 39.45 39.19 

Singa, 37.30 38.15 

Singamea 42.26 41.32 

Sing&ra, Sinjar, 36.17 41.51 

Singaa F., Araban 

Tehai. 37.38 37.40 

SingidQnum, Belgrade,. 44.48 20.37 
Singitlcua S., 0, of 

Monte Santo 40.10 24.6 

Singoa 40.11 23.48 

Singulis F., Xenil 37.32 5,0 ir 

Sinna, Zabliak. 42.14 19.10 

Sinnna F., Senio 44.15 11.40 

Sinonia 1., Zannone 40.58 13.3 

SinSpe, Sinoub 42.2 35.11 

Sintha, iS«»naA 35.20 47.20 

Sinuessa, Mondragone.. 41.7 13.54 

Sinus ad Gradus 43.26 4.30 

Siphnos L, Sifano 37.0 24.42 

Sipia, Vieeeiehe. 47.58 1.20 W 

Sipontum (or Sipus), 

Siponlo 41.37 15.68 

Sipas (or Sipontum), 

Slponto 41.37 15.53 

Sipj^lus M., Maniea 

Dagh, Ae 38.34 27.26 

Sirenum I 

SirenQsae 1% OaUi.„„ 40.35 14.26 

Siricis? Si9 37.26 35.50 

Sirio, (7eroii« 44.38 0.20 r 

Siris 40.9 16.37 

Siris F., Sinno 40.14 18.30 

Sirmio, iSSprmtone 45.29 10.37 

Sirmium, Mitrovitx, 45.0 19.36 

Sisapon, Almaden 38.40 4.48^ 

Sisar, or Usar F.? 

Ajeby 36.10 4.45 

Sisara Palus, L. of Jebel 

Inhkel 37.10 9.35 

Siscia, Sietek 45.30 16.22 

Si Ulcus F., Sita Bhe- 

gian 2810 51 30 

SiTRONiA 40.6 23.56 

Sitifia, Setif, 35.59 6.1S 

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VAVBB. LAT. LOHO. 

Bitomlgus, DuttWich,.,. 52°.l/' l°,W 

Bittice 33.1T 44.26 

81TTACBNR 33.20 44.30 

Bively or Suel, Caat. de 

FrangeroUu 36.33 4.37 W 

Smcnua F., Arna 36.43 22.33 

Bminthium, or Cbrysc 39.38 26.10 

Smyrna, Smyrna 38.25 27.10 

Smyrna Antiqua 38.28 27.10 

Softi^tris, Keupriktui,.., 4.3.1 27.26 

Socob, Eah-Shuweikeh., 31.25 35.4 

SoDUCENB ^ 39.40 45.30 

♦Sogdi 28.20 69.30 

BOGDIANA 40.0 64.0 

Solentii I"., Zfron«, <fcc. 43.26 16.10 

Soli, Solia 36.9 32.51 

Soli, or Pompelopdlifiy 

3/exeth' : 36.44 34.34 

Solia, or Arae Hespdri, 

S. Luenr la Mayor,,, 37.24 6.2 W 

Solimariaca, SovIom9«,„ 48.24 5.44 

Solirania I., Pelngo 39.20 24.5 

Sollium 38.48 20.52 

Soloeis Pr.? G. Spartal 35.47 6.56 w 

SoloeisPr,? C. Cantin.. 32.35 9.15 w 
Soloeis, or Solventia, 

Pr.? a Blanco, 20.50 17.8 w 

Solomacam ? 44.34 0.51 w 

Solonn, Cittd del Sole... 44.13 12.0 

Solonium? StUlonnz 45.50 6.28 

Solus, or Solantium, 

Cattello di SolatUo.., 38.5 13.31 

Qo\ygia, Oalata 37.61 22.59, 

So15^raa M., Taktalu 36.40 30.30 

Sontia, Snnxa 40.13 15.24 

Sonlius F., laonzo 46.0 13.40 

Sonus F., Sone 24.30 83.0 

SopfiKNB 38.30 39.30 

Sophon, Saband»cha.... 40.43 30.15 

Born, Sora 41.43 13..38 

Sornb'le, Mnmojada 40.13 9.17 

Sorocte M., jlonte S. 

Ore*u....: 42.17 12.30 

SorbiodiiDuin, Old So- 
rum « 61.6 1.48w 

•Sordi. or Sordones 42.30 2.30 

Sorek, Valley of, Wady 

eaSurar 31.48 84.50 

Soroba, Snrnmank 38.62 36.37 

8o?siu8 F., Fiume di 

Mnr»ala 37.48 12.30 

Fostomagus, CaHelnnu- 

dary 43.20 1.59 

Sostra? 42.58 26.11 

•Sotiates 44.6 0.0 

Sotium, SoH. 44.3 0.9 

Southern Horn (of 
Hanno)? Sherhoro' 

Sound. 7.40 12.50 w 

SozopSIis, for. Apol Io- 
nia, 5'i«*'6o« 42.26 27.44 

Spalathrae 39.11 23.14 

Spartn, or Lacedaemon, 

n. Mittra 37.5 22.26 

Spartarius Campus 37.45 1.0 w 

Spauta (or Mantiane) 

L.f L. Untmiyah 37.30 45.30 

SpeluDoa, Sperionga..., 41.14 1.^.25 

SpeluDcae, (/lo/^a i?n«9a 40.44 17.46 
Speos Artemldos? Bent 

Hanan 27.55 30.53 

Sperchlae 38.55 22.5 

Sperchins P., Ellada... 38.56 22.5 

Sphaeria? Poro 37.30 .23.28 

Sphngia, or Spbacte- 

ria I. 36.56 21.41 

Bphendalc, Afafakaaa... 38.13 23.49 

Bphettus, Spfffa 37.57 23.55 

Sphingium. Phicium. or 

Phneniciam,M.,/Vr<7a 38.23 2.3.12 

Fpinaf n. Jfezxnno 44.82 12.8 

pT'inne, Speeiif «. ATeio- 

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Spiraenm Prom., C. 

Spirt. S7».48' 

Spoletium, SpoUto 42.45 

Stabatio, Monsetier 44.58 

Stablae, CaHtellamare..,, 40.41 
Stabfila, Ottmareheim... 47.47 
Stabfilum Novum, Sit- 

ja» 41.15 

Stachir, or Trachir, F., 

Gambia 13.30 

Stageirus, or Stageira? 40.35 

Stanacum? 48.26 

Stanoclum? 43.28 

♦Statielli 44.37 

Steiria, r. on Porto 

Rafti 37.53 

Stelae 35.5 

Stenae, Rotherihumt.,,, 45.35 

StrnyclErus 37.13 

Steph&ne, lati/an 41.57 

Stiris, r.nJKyriaki 38.22 

Stobi, Stobi 41.10 

Stoech&des I"*., lalet 

d'ffieres. 43.0 

Stomalimne 36.46 

♦Stoni 46.5 

Stratae-burgus, Straa- 

bourg 48.35 

StratonioSa, or Idrias, 

E«ki-hi9far 37.17 

Stratus, r. n. Lepenu.... 38.40 

Stravianae, Naaaiez 45.20 

Strong^le I., StromboH 38.47 
Stroph&des l^.fStro/ad" 

hia 37.15 

Struthus Porius, Vour- 

lia Bay ,.,..„., 37.28 

Stryme 40.62 

Strymon F., Struma, or 

Kara-9U....,, 42.0 

Strymonlcus S., G. of 

Rnfani. 40.36 

Stucia F., Dovey 62.33 

Stura F., Siura 44.19 

Stymph&lus, n. Khionia 37.52 

Styra, Stoura 38.9 

Styx F., Mavro Nerxa.. 37.59 

Snana, Sovana 42.38 

*Suaiietes 46.0 

♦Suani 42.55 

*Suardones 64.0 

Sub Lanuvium, San 

Gennarello 41.40 

Sub Lupatia, Anticag- 

lie 40.40 

Sub Muranum, Caatro 

Villari. 39.46 

Sub Radice 42.39 

Sub Romiila, or Romtl- 

lea? n. Andretta 40.67 

Sub Snbione, Clauaen.,, 46.39 

Subis P., Gnya 41.8 

Sublaqneum, Subiaeo... 41.67 
Subur F., Wady Sebou 34.26 
Suburbanura CommSdi, 

Roma Vecehia 41.49 

Suburban um Hadri&ni, 

Seite Banai. 41.51 

Subzapara, Hirmanli... 41.66 
Succotb (Scenae), r. n. 

Shibbeen 30.16 

Sucidava, Kouzgoun 44.0 

Sucro, Sueca 39.12 

Sucro P., Xucar. 39.14 

jSucronenais S 39.20 

SudSti M., Sudeten Ge- 

birge 50.10 

*Sudr9,cae, or Oxydr&- * 

cae 28.40 

Suel, or Sivel, Caat, de 

Frangernla 36.33 4.37 

Suessa, Senaa 41.15 1.3.54 

'Suessa Pometia? 41.25 13.8 



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NAVRS. LAT. LOlfA. 

•Snessetilnl? 89o.30' 0*>.30'i 

*Sues8ione8 49.10 3.20 

Sucssiila, Seaaola 41.1 14.22 

♦Suetri 43.60 6.30 

*Sug\ri 61.20 14.0 

Suevleum Mare, or 
Sarmatlcus OoeEnus, 

BaUie Sea 67.0 20.O 

Sufasar? Medeya 36.17 2.45 

Sufes, JE»6i6aA 36.22 9.7 

Sufetfila, Sbeillah 35.1 9.15 

Suillum, or Helvillnm, 

Sigillo 43.20 12.45 

Suindinum, aft. Oeno- 

mani, Le Mana 48.0 0.1 1 

SuiDus F., Salino 42.22 14.0 

•Suiones 60.0 15.0 

SuissB 39.55 39.53 

Suissatio? Vittoria 42.52 2.42 w 

Sukense Prom., Punta 

Sperone 38.58 8.23 

Sulci? Bart 89.51 9.38 

Sulci, Porto Botte 39.3 8.33 

Sulgas F., Sorgue 44.0 6.0 

Sulia Prom., C. St. Paul 35.7 24.31 

Sulis? 47.46 3.15 w 

Sulloniacae, Brockley 

Hill, n. Stanmore 61.38 0.18 w 

SuUucu, or Gollopfl par- 
vus? Tagodeite. 86.59 7.36 

Salmo, Sermoneta 41.33 13.3 

Sulmo, Sulmona 42.3 13.56 

Summuntorinm, Kuk- 

bach 48.30 11.15 

Summus Lacus, Samo- 

laco 46.15 9.24 

SummnsPenniDUs, ^^a< 

St. Bernard. 45.53 7.9 

Summus Pyrenaeus..... 42.46 0.33 w 
Summus Pyrenaeus, 

Bellegarde 42.30 2.50 

Summus Pyrenaeus, 

Roneeavaux 43.1 1.19 w 

Suna? Nerola 42 13 12.49 

Sunium, r. on C, Co- 

lotma 37.39 24.2 

Sunium Prom., C. Co- 

lonna 37.39 24.2 

Sunium Prom. (Paros).. 37.18 25.19 
SupSrum, or Hndriati- 
cum. Mare, Adriatic 

Sea 44.0 14.0 

Sura 31.50 45.0 

Sara, Sttram 42.2 43.36 

Sura, Surieh 36.54 38.48 

Surius F., Tcheniaakali 42.21 42.20 

Surrentum, Sorrento,,., 40.37 14.22 

Susa (Shuehan), iSboa... 32.0 48.25 

Susia? Zvxan 34.20 60.45 

SusiANA, Khutiatan 31.30 48.0 

Sutrium, SutH 42.16 12.12 

Syagros Prom., Raa el- 

Bad 22.33 60.0 

Syb&ris 39.41 16.28 

Syb&ris F., Ooaeile 39.40 16.20 

SybSta, Murtxo, or 

MuHo 39.24 20.15 

Syb5tA I., Sivota 39.24 20.14 

Sybritia 35.13 24.36 

Sycamlnos, Athfeet, or 

Caatel Pelegrino 32.43 34.56 

Syce 41.2 28.59 

Sychar, or Sbechem 

(NeapSHs), Nabloue.,, 32.15 35.14 

Syene, Eaaouan 24.5 32.56 

Syia 35.14 23.45 

Sylleum, Aaaarkeui 37.4 31.2 

Synoaethus, Regalbuto.. 37.37 14.39 

Ryrancthus F., Simeto... 37.30 14.52 

SymbSlum 41.0 24.24 

Syme I., iS^ymt 86.35 27.53 

Synaus, or Synnaus, 

Simaul 39.7 29.5 

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VAVB8. 

Syvif^^cl&T AJionm Kara' 
hi»*ar.., 

Syphaeain, MontnUo.,,, 
SyracellHe, Miyalgara., 
Svnicu8ae, Siracaua 

SVRASTKKNR 

Syriaa, or Lepte, Prom., 
0. liidjuh 

Syrnae I., J*tttnnea 

Kyros, St/tn 

Syros 1., Sffra... «... 

Syrtis M.ijor, O. of 
Sidttt... 

Syrtis Mi"»r, G. of 
Kabet 

6y'8, '>r Syiiius, F 

T. 

Taanach, Tnnnuh 

Tahae, IJatcna 

Tabae ? liununh 

Tabula, Davaln 

Tabellaria, Cagtellaccio 
Taberna Friglda, Fri- 

gido 

Tabip.ne 

Tabor M. (Atabyriuin, 

or Itabyriuin), Jebtl 

Cv~ M OO* •■••••■■■■ •«• •••••• 

Tabr&ca, Tabnrknh 

Tabuda, or Tabulla, F.? 

Aa» 

Tabarnns Mens, Monte 

Tnburno r;... 

TacHpe, Khab9, orKabet 

A. fltr\}i|l% !•••••••• •••••■••• «•• 

Tader F., Sfguta 

Tadinum, S. I/nria Ta- 

dinOf n. Gualdu 

Tad m or, or Palmyra, 

TadiUti, Tattubt 

Tuenirum, or Taena- 

rium, Prom., C. Jfa^ 

tapan 

Taen&rura, or CaenepS- 

lis, Ktjpariito 

Tauiiia L(»nga, Fagntah, 

or TagaMoh 

Tnguba, Tubuknh 

Tagara, r. of Deoghir, 

M. AurHugubod 

TngoniuB F., Tojuna,.,. 
Tagus P., Ttijo {or 

Tagna) 

Tahapane?, Tab panes, 

or Hane% (Daphne), 

Tetf De/enneh 

Taizalum Prom., A'tn- 

naird'n Head,.^ 

Tulabriga? Solten 

Talgtum M., SU EHat, 

or Mukryno 

Taliata, Gugertinlik 

Tnlmena? Haw Godem.. 

Taiu&re ? Tamerton 

Tamnris F., Tambre 

Tamarus F., Tamar 

T.-imarus P., Tamaro,,, 

T»mas8U8 

Tamt'sis, ur Tamesa, P., 

Thames 

Tamisfa Auttt., Jlonth 

of Thnmet 

Tamnum ? 

Taiii5^nae , 

Tainyrjij:, or Dnmtirai<, 

P.. Nnhr ed-Dnmour 
Tanli;;er P., Tangro^ or 

Negro 

Tanngra, Grimadha 

Ta:iS>« F., />"« 

XauATUS P., TVffiaro...... 



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40.52 

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Tanis (Zoan?), San 

Tan i do Mouth (of NUe), 

Om Faradjeh 

Tan ne turn, or TanStum, 

Taneto s.... 

Tan us (or Tanaas) P., 

River of Luku 

♦TflCchi 

Txdke, Khor 0(U9air,„ 

Tape? Nooxerabad 

Tnphiae I««., Telboidet 

Taphiassufi M., Kaki- 

aenia 

Taphis, Tafah 

Tnphos I., Meganiai,,,,, 
Taphros, or Fossa, Strait 

of Bonifacio .* 

Taphus, Tajio 

Taphytis Prom. (Aspis, 

or ClypSa), Raa el- 

Melhr 

Tapo8iri8 (or Apis 7), 

Araba Tower 

Taprobane, or 6aliee L, 

Ceylon 

♦Tapyri 

Tarabenorum Vicas, 

Vieo 

Taraa P., Tara 

Taras, or Tarentum, 

Taranto 

Tarasco, Taraaeon 

•Tarbelli 

TarbelUoae, or Aquae 

Augustae, Dax 

Tarentinus S., 0, of 

Taranto 

Tarentum, or Taras, 

Taranto 

Targines P., Tacina 

Taricheae, El-Kerak,,,, 
Tariohiae I"*., Alkuri- 

yah 

Tamadae, St, ifaurice., 

Taruis P., Tarn 

Tarphe ^ 

Tarpodizus r 

Tarquinii, Trachina 

Tarraclua, or Anzur, 

Terracina 

Tarr&co, Tarragona 

Tarraconbnsis 

Tarras, Tramazza 

Tarrha 

Til rsa tica, Taraateh.^ ... 
Titrsatioum, fi. Fiume,., 
Tarpie Prom., Raa Djrd 
Tarsius P., Kara Dere 

Su 

Tarsus, Teraooa 

TartErus, or Hadril- 



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29.13 
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LONG. MAP. 

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32.44 

36.45 

46.12 

43.50 

38.44 

42.1 

42.16 

41.16 

41.7 

41.0 

40.0 

35.14 

45.19 

45.21 

26.38 

40.0 
36.66 



32.20 

10.27 

22.37 
41.30 
60.40 
63.24 



38.36 20.60 



21.44 
32.30 
20.46 

9.10 
20.23 



11.9 

29.34 

81.0 
63.0 

8.47 
17.10 

17.14 
4.39 
1.20 w 

1.2 W 

17.0 

17.14 
16.60 
35.36 

11.0 

7.0 

1.40 
22.37 
26.58 
11.46 

13.16 

1.16 

3.0 V 

8.39 
23.52 
14.27 
14.27 
64.30 

27.60 
34.58 



nus, 



P., Tartaro 46.6 11.20 



Tartessus (Calpe?), El 
RocadiUof n. S, 
Roqne 

Taruenna, Terouenne.,, 

Tarus P., Taro 

^Tarus&tes 

Tarvgdum, or Orcas, 
Prom., Dun net head 

Tarve88edum, 3fadeae.., 

Tiirvisetum, Tarvia 

Tnrvi»ium, Treviao 

Tnsncarta? 

Tiwacoora? Afaacara.,.. 

Tusciaca, TheaiCf n. 
Mnutriehard.,, 

Tatuium 

TiilU Paluit, L. of KodJ 
Hinanrj or Tom Gh ieul 

*Tau]aDtii 

Tbunus M., Tannua 



36.13 
50.39 
44a39 
44.0 

68.41 
46.26 
46.29 
45..S9 
30.42 
35.26 

47.20 
40.32 

38.40' 

41.0 

60.10 



6.23 w 
2.7 

10.0 
0.20 w 

3.24 w 
9.20 

13.36 

12.16 

31.52 

0.6 

1.19 
30.23 

33.30 

19.35 

8.20 



HAmii. 

Taarasium ? Tauraa%,». 

Taorioa, Crimea 

Tauroentum, Tarente.,, 

Tauromenlum, Taor- 
mina 

TanriEna, TVavtano. 

*Taurini 

Taurunum, Semlin 

Taurus Moos, Allah 
Dagh, Bulghar Dagk, 
&c 

Taurus M. (Sioilia), 
Mount Venerella 

Taurus Prom., Capo S, 
Croee 

Taus, or Tava, AesL, 
Firth of Tay 

Tava? Tantah 

Tavae, Tavi, n. Leon- 
forte, 

Tavium, Boghan Keui.„ 

TarolaP., Oolo 

Taxila, Manikyala 

Tayggtus M 

Te&num, TVono 

Teftnum Apillum, Civi- 
I tate 

Teste, Ckieti 

Teate Aplilum, Chieuti 

Tecmon ? 

*TectosSges 

Tedanius P., Zermagna 

TegSa, Paleo EpiakopL, 

Tegianum, Diano 

Teglieinm, Vetrena 

Tegilla, Siliqua 

Tegyra. 

Teicbiussa. 

TeichoB, Kaatro Kalo- 
gria.,,^ 

Tekoah, Tekua 

Tela? 

Telebdas F., Kara Su,,, 

Telethrius M., Ploko,,,, 

TellCnae, Toretta, 

Tellonum? 

Tel missus, Makri 

Telo Martins, Toulon,., 

Telonius P., Turano 

Telos I., Piakopif or Tilo 

Telphu9a, n. Vanena,,,, 

Temathia M. (or Ma- 
thia), Lykodhimo..,,., 

Temenium 

TemSsa, or Tempsa? 
Torre del Piano del 
Caaale 

Temnus, 3Ienimen 

Tempe.Valley and Pass, 

Volley of Lykoatomo, 

or Dereli 

Temple of Apollo Co- 

Temple of Ceres 

7 Temple of Jupiter 
6 (Aegina)? 

8 Temple of Jupiter Pa- 
•6 1 lenius, Campo di 

I Giove 

2 Temple of Poseidon 

8 Temple of Venus (Cy- 

14 prus) 

8 Templum Circes 

24 Templum Feroniae 

23 Templum Ilerc&lis? n. 

6\ Roche 

6 Templum Jovis Urii 

20 Templum Junonis La- 

einiae 

20 Tempsa, or TcmSsa? 
14 Torre del Piano del 
26 Caeale 



LAT. LOlfO. MAP. 



18 

22 

3 

3 

15 

18 

3 

15 

9 
18 



23 

24 

2 
3 

9 
9 

9 
6 
6 

6 



9 

9 

21 

23 
8 
6 

16 

14 

8 

11 
7 
7 
9 

19 
8 

14 
3 

19 
20 

8 



400.69' 14o.6y 

45.0 34.0 
43.11 6.41 

37.49 16.16 

38.22 16.56 
46.0 7.45 

44.61 20.32 



37.0 84.0 
87.61 16.14 
87.16 16.16 



66.27 
30.50 

87.87 

40.0 

42.30 

83.29 

36.57 

41.16 

41.46 
42.20 
41.60 
39.46 
39.50 

44al0 

37.28 
40.22 

44a7 

39.18 
38.32 
37.26 

38.9 

31.39 

41.67 

38.46 

41.13 

38.52 

41.44 

44.18 

36.36 

43.8 

42.44 

36.25 

87.44 

86.55 
37.36 



80.6 
38.30 



3.0 w 
30.59 

1#.22 
34.34 
9.10 
73.0 
22.22 
14.3 

15.14 
14.11 
15.10 
20.56 
32.40 
15.60 
22.26 
15.31 
26.69 
8.40 
22.68 
27.26 

21.64 
35.15 

4.50 w 
4140 
14.30 
23.7 
12.28 

0.51 w 
29.10 

5.54 
12.56 
27.25 
21.53 

21.51 
22.46 



16.6 
27.6 



39.50 22.35 

36.51 21.56" 
87a36 22.27 

37.45 23.32 



42.0 14.3 

37.65 23.1 

34.51 32.22 

41.12 13.3 

41.17 13.13 

36.19 6.8 w 

41.7 29.7 

39.5 17.11 



89.6 16.6 
(71) 



8 
< 

12 
9 
8 

14 



20 
12 
12 

6 

24 

12 

20 

9 

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1$ 
9 

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9 



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20 

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21 

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22 

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18 



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19 



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18 
18 

18 



9 
18 

20 
11 
11 

7 
20 



VAMBS. LAT. LONG. 

•Tenotheri 6I0.IO' 7°.30' 

TenSa, Kfenia 37.47 22.52 

TenSdos. 39.50 26.5 

TenSdoB I., Tenedot 39.50 26.0 

Teneric Plain 38.20 23.18 

Tenos, 7*1110 37.32 25.11 

Tcnos I., Tino 37.35 25.10 

Tentj^ra, Denderak 26.9 32.41 

Teos, r. w. Sifjhajik 38.11 26.49 

Tophrice, Divnki 39.21 38.15 

Tergdon, or DiridStiSi 

Jebel Sinam 30.15 47.45 

Tergedum? 18.0 41.0 

Tergeste, Trieste 45.39 13.47 

Tergestinas S., Ool/o di 

Trt€9te 45.40 13.40 

Terlag F., S. Leonardo 37.17 15.0 

Tcrlna? n. Noeera 39.8 16.7 

Terinaeufl, Hipponiates, 

or Viboaensis, S.| 0. 

of S,Eufemia 38.55 16.0 

Terioli, Tirol 46.43 11.6 

Termerium Pr., Peira 

Termera 36.57 27.20 

Tcrmes.. 41.31 2.24 w 

Termessus 36.55 30.26 

Termas F., Fiume Temo, 

or F, di Boea 40.18 8.29 

Testrina, Tomaeeo 42.21 13.18 

Teti9, or Ruscino, F.y 

Tet 42.44 3.0 

Tetraphylia? 39.15 21.29 

Tetrapolis 38.8 23.57 

Taucheira, aft. Arsinoe, 

Tankra 32.32 20.32 

TeadOrum, Tudder 51.3 5.55 

TeaniesBus 38.21 23.24 

TeumessasM 38.18 23.24 

Teathea? Upper Ak- 

haia 38.6 21.34 

Teutheaa P.? 38.5 21.33 

Teuthis, Dhimit»nna^„. 37.36 22.4 

Tbuthrania 39.10 27.30 

Teuthrania, or Thj- 

mena, Timteh 41.58 33.9 

Teuthr5ne, n. Kotoma., 36.37 22.30 

Teutlnssn I., Limniona 36.16 27.45 

Teutoburgium 45.32 19.0 

Teutria, Pinnota 42.14 15.45 

Thagiira? Tajeilt 36.16 8.20 

Thniaimne? 37.51 21.42 

Thalamae, Platzo 36.48 22.19 

Tbamnra (Tamar), Kur- 

nub 31.8 35.6 . 

Tharanath, El-BurJ. 31.54 35.1 

Tramnitica 31.55 35.0 

ThamuBida? Mehedtak 34.18 6.39 w 

Thantia? 32.16 39.22 

Tbaps&oas (Tipbsah)? 

El-Hamnnm 35.55 88.54 

Thapsus, Baltah 35.35 11.3 

Thapsus, Magniei. 37.9 15.12 

Tbasos 40.46 24.45 

Thasos I., Thneo. 40.40 24.40 

Tbaurn&ci, Dhomoko..., 39.8 22.16 

ThaQmaoia? 39.17 23.14 

Thaubasium? 30.31 32.10 

Tbebae (Aegyptus), 

JCarnak, &e 25.43 32.40 

Thebae(Boeotia),rAtM 38.18 23.19 
Tbebae (Thessalia), r. 

n. Ak^Kedjel, 39.17 22.45 

Thebe 39.39 27.1 

Thocbes Mens? Tekieh 

Dagh» 40.25 39.45 

TbcganQsa I., Vene- 

tiko 36.42 21.54 

Thelopte, Feriana 34.41 8.40 

Tremiscy^'ra 41.5 37.0 

Themiscjp'ra, Thcrmek.. 41.11 37.1 

Thcmisonium ? Te/enii 37.23 29.43 
Then tie, Cottel teme- 

noa 35.13 25.7 



VAMEg. 



LAT. LONO. KAP. 



22 
2 

8 

8 

12 

9 



9 

8 

19 

7 

20 

9 
8 

6 
15 
26 

23 
6 

16 
16 

18 
18 
18 
20 

20 
18 
19 
14 
9 
23 
18 
18 

21 
21 
21 
23 
21 

20 
23 
13 
19 
19 
15 
15 
24 

3 
16 

15 
19 

20 

IS 
23 
20 
20 
20 

19 



25.28 


19 


23.41 


15 


20.46 


14 


22.28 


18 


23.22 


16 


25.21 


19 


14.56 


9 


22.59 


16 


85.39 


20 


12.44 


11 



ITAP. 

25 Thena6, Jn Wady 

18 Theny 34®.40' 10<».35 

19 Theodosiopdlig, for. Ca- 

19 rana, Erzeroum 39.55 41.19 

16 TbeodoaiopSlis, for. Re- 

19 saena, Ra9 el-Ain 36.52 40.1 

19 Tbera? r. on Meaea 

3 Vouno 36.21 25.29 

19 Tbera L (Calliste), San- 

20 toHn 36.25 

Tberambus 39.57 

Tberanda. 42.0 

Tberapne 37.3 

Therapne? 38.16 

Therasia, Theraeia 36.26 

Tberasia, HiSra, or Vul- 

cani I., Vuleano 38.23 

Tbermae, Znh-aK. 37.59 

Tbermae (Pbazemoni- 

tis), Ka%o9€i, 40.58 

Tbermae Agrippae 41.59 

Thermae Himerenses, 

Termini 37»58 13.41 

Tbermae Selinuntiae, 

Sdacca 87.28 13.6 

Tbermatous S., 0, of 

Saloniki 40.16 22.45 

Tberme, aft. Tbessalo- 

nlca, Saloniki, 40.38 22.58 

Tbermi, or Tbermum, 

Vlokho 38.40 21.34 

Thermodon F 88.20 23.30 

TbermOdon P., Termeh 

7%kai 40.50 37.0 

Tbermopyiae 38.47 22.29 

Tbespiae (or Tbespla), 

Lefka, n. Rimokastro 38.16 23.9 

Thksprotia 39.25 20.40 

Thbssalta ; 39.30 22.20 

Thessaliotis 39.18 22.0 

TbeMalonIca, jS'a^oRi Jbt.. 40.38 22.58 
Tbeadoria, Tkodho- 

riana 39.22 '21.11 

Tbeveste, Teheeah, or 

Tipua 35.19 8.8 

Thinae 

Thiar 37.58 0.48w 

Thiraonepei? 29.7 31.11 

Thisbe, Kakoaia 38.15 22.58 

ThigSa, or TboiaSa 37.38 22.5 

ThUda, or TbeisSa, 

Latdha 37.31 21.58 

Tbius F., Kntufarina.,, 37.18 22.12 

Tbrauia? Tell Muit 30.59 31.30 

Tboantium Prom.? 

(Corpatbos), C Bo- 

nandrea. 35.51 27.11 

Tboantiam Prom. (Rho« 

doe), a St. Oeorge,.,. 36.7 27.45 
Thoaris P., Tureh 

Tchai. 41.8 37.11 

♦Tbomani 40.40 59.0 

Tborae? Thinika 37.47 23.54 

Tborax M., Gumtueh 

J)agh 37.48 27.25 

Thorlcus, Mandri 37.44 24.3 

ThornaxM 37.21 23.13 

Tbornax M 37.8 22.26 

Thospitis L. (Arsissa, 
or ArsSne)? X. of 

Van 38.40 42.40 

Tboam, Etbam, or Pi- 
thom (PatQmos?), r. 

n. Aba»9ieh 30.28 81.35 

Thracia 41.40 26.0 

Thraustus 37.50 21.49 

Thria 38.4 2.3.33 

Throni Prom., C, Pila» 34.66 33.53 

Tbronium 3Q.46 22.41 

ThronJum? Krieilio 40.30 19.30 

Thubactis, Maraa Zou- 

raik 32.27 14.51 

Tbabuna, Tubnah 35.10 4.49 



23 
22 
22 
19 



12 

12 

15 

15 

15 
16 

20 
16 

16 
15 
15 
15 
15 

15 

23 
1 
7 
24 
16 
18 

18 
18 
24 



19 

19 

20 

3 

18 



19 
18 
18 
18 



22 



24 
14 
18 
16 
20 
16 
15 

23 
23 



HAVES. LAn 

Tbale, Shetland lelanda 60<*.30' 

Thum&ta? 29.30 

Tbaria, n. Veieaga 37.6 

Tburii, aft Copiao 39.40 

Thurium, or Orthop&- 

gam, M 38.28 

Tbyamia 37.54 

Tby&mifl P., Calamaa... 39.33 
Tby&mis Pr., Mt, Mav- 

ronoro ^. 39.34 

Thy&muB M., Sparto- 

mmi. 88.47 

Tbyatira, Ak-hiaaar,,... 38.53 

Tbybarna, JCaaaaba 38.31 

Thymbris F., Puraek 

Tchai, 39.43 

Thymbrium, Dereketti.. 38.28 
Tbymena, or Teathra- 

nia, Timteh 41.58 

Thymniae S., G. of 

Symi 36.38 

Tbymoet&dae, Kerat- 

tini 37.58 

•Tbyni 41.0 

Tbynias I., Kef ken 

Adaaai 41.14 

Tbynias Pr., C. Ainada, 

or Kouri. 41.53 

Tbyrga? n. Aairo 37.24 

Tbyrides Prom., Capo 

Oroaao 86.29 

Tbyrium? 38.52 

ThyreuB P., Tyrai 39.65 

Tbysdma, or Tnsdra, 

El-Jemm. 35.21 

TbysBUB 40.16 

♦TibarSni 40.50 

Tiberias, Tubariyeh 32.48 

Tiberias L. (Sea of 

Galilee, or L. of Gen- 

nesaret), Bahr Tuba- 
riyeh 32.60 

Tibgris, or Tibris, P., 

Tevere, or Tiber, 42.12 

Tibiscum, or Tibisous? 

jlemeawar ,,,,,. „,„ ... 45.43 
TibiscuB P.? Theiaa,.,,. 46.0 

Tibiscns P. ? Temea 45.21 

Tibisis P.? Ak Lorn 43.38 

TibtSia, Longo Sardo.... 41.14 

Tibur, Tivoli. 41.59 

Tibumia. 46.60 

Ticarius P., Valinco 41.39 

Ticbig, or Illibdris, P., 

Tech 42.35 

Ticbius 38.44 

Ticlnam, Patn'cu 45.11 

Ticinug P., Ticino, 45.30 

Tierna? Alt Oraova 44.43 

Tifata Mons, Monte 

Maddaloni ,. 41.6 

Tifemum, n. Limoaani 41.37 
TiTernum Metaurense, 

S. Angela in Vado.,, 43.40 
Tifernam Tiberlnum, 

Cittd di Caatello 43.28 

Tifernus P., Bifemo,... 41.40 
Tifernas Mens, Monte 

Mateae 41.26 

Tigauda? 36.68 

Tigava Gaetra 36.10 

Tigra, Bnachouk, 43.60 

Tigrana? 38.27 

Tigranooerta ? Sert, 38.1 

Tigris P., Dijely or 

Tigria 35.0 

Tigulia, Tregoaa 44.16 

TigvrInus Pagus 46.40 

Tilaveraptus F., Taglia- 

mento 46.0 

TiliB, Thil U-Chdtel..,,, 47.31 
TUlium, Porto A iVV- 

oolo 40.44 

(72) 



36.36 
12.40 



U>nO. HAP. 

l«>.20'w 2 
41.0 S 

22.4 13 
16.23 9 


22.52 
22.41 

20.25 


16 
IS 
15 


20.11 


15 


20.15 
27.53 
27.45 


15 
19 
19 


30.40 
31.29 


29 

29 


33.0 


29 


28.0 


19 


28.37 
30.0 


17 
29 


30.16 


29 


28.4 
22.45 


14 
U 


22.21 

20.58 
8.35 


It 

la 

9 


10.39 
24.10 
38.15 
35.34 


2) 
15 
29 

21 



21 



11 



21.20 


14 


20.6 


14 


21.0 


14 


26.0 


14 


9.11 


9 


12.49 


11 


13.29 


14 


9.0 


£ 


2.50 


6 


22.25 


26 


9.10 


S 


8.46 


8 


22.26 


14 


14.20 


13 


14.39 


9 


12.24 


8 


12.15 


8 


1440 


9 


14.27 


9 


1.42 


23 


2.10 


23 


26.1 


14 


47.25 


23 


41.36 


22 


43.32 


2f 


9.28 


S 


7.20 


6 


12.66 


8 


5.10 


6 



6.9 



9 



ilphM»SoDS- S8°.21' 

'ilphoBsiniD 3S.22 

'il|ibuaBiiiiiiH.,/'*lra„ SS.2I 

:ilunii F., Otlll»a <3.31 

.Hmmnii F., Timok i3.SD 

•tn™ ..,..'. .° «.S 

nm&ii Poniaiid Lmu, 

r,Wo 45.48 

nusibm f., JToM 38.S 

ritaUcnm 46.37 

rimogilii, Taamkli- 

•>>a->....» 43.SS 

CttfONlni « 40.40 

TiDB F.r £dn__ es.sL 

rioeoadnm, Aneniit-. 40.10 
CioKii. or Oaanria, 

7i.-9f»r._ B5.47 

nntsF., r>'iiiAi_...„.._ 4S.5S 

rinoa F., r«H 43.14 

rinnetio. TiiiMii 16.37 

tiOTA Miliena, Taraao 42.8 
ripan, r</c»nrf. 3a.3fl 

ripum, r.;f«* zt.u 

FiphM, oT Eiphaar r.n. 

JCkoiia „ 88.1S 

fiphtah (Thipaicui) ? 

Bl-Hiaaiam ti.bi 

riri«tri>, a Tiriitrii, 

Praia., 0. Kaiiakn, 

or KaUfria 43.32 

"t^yn^ Tina* 37.39 

■irwih r 82.20 

.'isianiu, or Ty«l«, F. 

(Tibifini r), TiflH... 18.40 
'txsn. Bandana.......... 3T.60 

MSd*. tr.S5 

'iuiretiiii F., Xtngti^ S9.43 

.'ilarusH _ Stl.47 

.'icharM {Wmb), r»- 

(.Ha ItM 

-ilhrODlum, Umlki. «. 

Vermiia 88.40 

'itius F., Ar«-t« „., 44.0 

'ittbeiuiM 87.36 

'ituloia, or TiCutcia, 

Otia/t „. 40.7 

iua, Filiya,. 41.34 

■loB. 38.82 

'molns M., Cinlja 

J/uiwo Zloat... „ 88.20 

'obiua F., Tom fil.4S 

OBiaoniM P.? ff™™. 

C«-xl. 4S.B 

oi!>Obia F., MimA d/' 

ContM, (S.I8 

olbiaaam, Ztdpitk. (D.44 

oletum, Tolida. SB.SO 

Tolistobogii 89.30 

ollegaUe, Talgalo 46.38 

ullenliDUOl, Tcltu- 

'•'«« 4.1.11 

a}a(,boB. r. n. KiflC... 38.23 

olOaa, roWcwH 43.37 

clou., Jfo«™. 41.49 

om&ruiM.t_ 30.63 

omerasT ... 26.20 

DDieas M. „...M.. S6.6B 

ami? Karl<-„.^ 44.3 

otniBa ™ 38.39 

ano»», riHUH. „ 89.12 

?phel, TiMak. 30,67 

.plum, Toppa. 4B.II 

ironsTsiu 8q 0, tif 

Kammiatd^a 40,10 

>r3ne, Tarom 89,69 

irOae, or Torjue, 

I'aTga „ 89.17 

>RBHiBII..„ 88.10 

.r^pne, or TorOni, 

/••"-ya 89.17 

^oxandri 61.11 

zuidriA Loom ...„,.„ £1,1 
10 



TrMhIr (Of eiuhic) F., 

Qam\»a.„ IS".30' 

Trachi „ 88.17 

Tr«hi> 88.48 

TnacHOSlTtB, El-L^ah 33.0 

TrachjaM 87.43 

TraeDi F., Tn'eiitB 39.36 

Tngan „..„ 87.4 

TraE&ua, Tonla 89.34 

Tragia L, SomopiOo^... 87.38 

TragiLns ^ 40.64 

Tragu«P.„ 87,47 

Trnja (or Ttin) Capita, 

Turr* Aqnilnr 40.51 

■ -Iridgo-,.. 







lit. OrickBWI 41.6 




62.S 




44.50 


• «!««. 


61.25 


iidin aval. 










39.58 


TraneroariicB, Toark. 








TrapoiopBli., Mat*/... 


S7.S8 




87.27 












40.50 


Tra.-ini8"nu» L., Lojo 




Tra^»»,9, or L. d 






43.10 


•Tr»u»i_'. 


41.30 






Trcbia, Tmi. _.... 


42.64 


Trebia P., TrMta 




TrobonlinniB, Tnvig. 








TrebBlaH>itiuoa,JfuHU 






41.18 


TreblllASuff«nae7ii.Xi 








Traia, JV,Ja 




TrepaDtlnm, Trtpmti.^ 


41.30 










Irslnm Pr., 0. B«Ha. 




ro«i, or Sa. Siibi 




Tr.t»», Pau ot„ 


S7.8 


87.45 










TrU (or Ti^a) Capita, 
























TricBiaea, Troy— 


48.17 


•TricaaHni 


44.56 


Triooa, TVi'Jtoia 


89.35 


TriobCnli L., Apohiro, 




or Vraihori 


38.33 






Trioolflni, ynrafN/o.... 


37.28 


Trii-omia, K^-imuk. 




•Tricorii 


44.56 


Trii>orj>tilDl, r. ■. fato 






88.10 


TriorlaaL? Trikori... 


'TrideollBL... 


48.12 


Tridcutam, TVnf....... 




Triera P., Trtja 


42.30 






Trilencnm Pr., or Com 




r/.-'L'Si; k: 


43.46 




43.B0 


TrimSnu I., 3. Domt. 






41.7 



Trlmontium, Eildon-... 5 

Trinemeia, BnynW. 3 

TriniusF.. Trigno. 4 

•Trini.hsnleii. 6 

Trioc&U? San Carlo.... 3 
Trio pi um Prom., C. 

A'no 3 

tRIPHTLrA. 3 

Tripodiaoui 3 

TripSui 4 

TripOli«, ffi.il rtniUk 

THp91<a, Tirtkioli. 

Trlponlium, LOioimu, 

n. Rugby. ,,...,.... 

"- -Bton P., Armm 



37.24 
21.43 
33.14 



TriWi 



41.0 38.49 

63.24 l.ll w 

60.48 0.32 w 

38.27 32.21 



TritooF.? WadyAka- 



*TriumpUIti<.. 
Trivlonm, Tri 

Troeeehta 

TrogiUoram PorUa, 



40.0 


28.30 


8T3I 


22.37 


411.0 


84.0 


SSSB 


6S.38 


3T.31I 


23.33 


37.29 


33.32 



Prom. 



. 87.6 15.14 



a 



Trogllii L., 

&,gl,la 

•TroglodytM... 

Troleui M 

Troja., 



Truja (or Xjpile) ! r. 

H. Peiratut. 

Trools. J 

Tmpsta, Tmpm 

Tropaaa Auguatl, Tur- 



S7.68 : 

38.33 : 

37.45 : 

38.40 : 



Tropasa PompoiL„ 4: 

Troami, JfalcAin 4. 

Trotilaa, CatltUo dtUa 

Bruca 3' 

TruSDtai F., TVonfi 



TDbarbumH4u>,Za;i- 

Toburbam Hinut, 7^- 

barbo 

Tueoa Terebintbtoa, 

TkaUh 

I Tuoei, CattilU^ dti 

po 

• Tudo, Tnv.. 

■ Tudor, Todi 

I TnarahiaP., Trify 

I •Toi«ni 

I Tuitia, Toy 



,. 42.54 : 

,. 62.20 
.. 39.37 

30.23 : 

30.47 



•Tul 



P., Fratumli... 

Taloaiun 

Salvalifm 

nllnm, T:«l. 

anea, Tuiiu. 

rongri 

Draaifina, Roqvttaa. 

urba, T«->r 



, 86.48 2.4t« 



I iTaroDum, IVoni 41.17 16.35 



JIAVK8. LAT. LORO. 

Tnris, or Tariam, F., 

Turiaf or Owtdala- 

viar 40«.0' IMl'w 

Turiasso, Tarcauma • 41.56 1.44 w 

Toricen, ZtiTteA »••« 47.22 8.32 

Turissa, OtturtM 42.65 1.20 w 

•Tarmodigi(Murbogi?) 42.40 4.0 w 

TurmfiM, Aleoneta, 39.40 6.17 w 

Turnacum, Toumay 50.37 8.24 

•TurSnea 47.10 0;30 

TurSnos, Tourt, 47.23 0.42 

Turoqua? 42.18 8.31 w 

Turres, Tehardah, or 

Sharketn',,.,^ 43.8 22.44 

Turrifl Caes&ris, or Aa- 

reliSna, Torre Bipag- 

nola 41.2 17.10 

Tarns CaesSria? Tag^ 

Mah 35.56 6.32 

Tarns Baphranti, B<u 

eUHoueijdh 30.56 17.58 

Tarris HanaibUis, Burj 

SaUktnh 85.26 1L4 

Torris Jnli&na, Torre 

Pelota 41.6 17.0 

Turrifl LibusOnia, Porto 

Torree 40.56 8.22 

Turris StratSois, aft 

CaesarSa, KaUariyeh 32.32 34.54 

Turrus F., Torre 46.0 13.20 

Turublum, Tetnpio 40.54 0.6 

Tururo, Ampfing 48.15 12.27 

Tusca F., Ek-Zain 36.45 9.0 

Tuscania, Toteanelh,.., 42.2^ 11.52 

Tusciilanam, ToeeoUmo 45.30 10.38 

Tasciilum 41.48 12.44 

Ta9dra. or ThysdnUy 

EUJemm 35.21 10.39 

Tatatio? Kirehdorf,,,., 47.54 14.9 

TuthSa F 37.40 21.55 

Ty&na, Kin Hinar 37.44 34.41 

Ttanitis 37.40 34.40 

Tylissas 35.20 25.2 

Tylos, or Tyros, I., Bah- 
rein^ 26.0 50.34 

♦Tymphael 39.56 21.30 

Tymphrestaa M., Ve- 

lukhi 38.56 21.50 

Tyndarii Scopttli, Ti/ah 

Bocke. 81.33 26.18 

Tynd&ris, n. Gapo Tin- 

daro 88.6 15.2 

Typhaneae, n. Platiana 37.32 21.45 

Tymolnae, Traina 37.45 14.36 

Tyraa 46.24 80.17 

Tyras, or Danastria, F.« 

Bnieeter. 48.0 28.40 

Tyriaeam, llghun 88.19 82.11 

Tyroa, or Tylos I., Bah- 
rein 26.0 60..^4 

Tyrrba, Tireh, 38.4 27.42 

Ttrrhbnia 

TyrrhCnum (or InfS- 

mm) Mare.. 40.0 14.0 

Tyros, Soor {or Tyre)... 33.18 85.18 
Tyras (Laconia), «. 0. 

Tvro. 37.14 22.52 

Tysta, or Tisianna, F., 

Theiee. 47.0 2.10 

U. 

•Ubii (of Caeaat) 50.40 7.40 

*Ubii (of Taoitua) 61.0 6.86 

Ubaa, or Rnbricatas F., 

Seiboue 36.27 7.30 

Udon F., Konma 44.46 45.0 

Uduba F., ViUahermoea 40.0 0.15 w 

Ufena F., U/ente 41.27 13.7 

Uffagam, Fagnano 39.31 16.2 

UfreDua F., A/rin. 36.20 86.35 

Ugia, or Urgia... 36.56 6.46 w 

lllai, River of (Eolaeua), 

JSkahpoor. 81.40 48.40 



23 
23 
28 




9 

21 
8 
9 

14 

23 
8 
8 

11 

23 
14 
18 
20 
20 
19 

3 
15 

15 

23 

12 
18 
12 
14 

14 
20 

3 

19 

1 

9 

21 

18 
14 



6 
6 

23 
8 

7 
11 

9 
20 

7 



46«.53' 
87.42 

45.55 
42.42 

45.9 

46.42 

42.14 

41.35 

37.83 

44.50 

44.27 

43.0 

42.45 

49.15 

86.27 

37.10 
40.22 
46.44 
44.56 
40.50 
42.18 



MAP. 1IAVK8. 

Ulcaei Lacus ? Balaton, 

or PlntUn See 

7 Ulia, Caetro 

7 Uliariua, or Olario, I., 

VCrOW .......... «»»,., .*a 

7 Ulla F., Ulla 

7 Ulmi, Sk Eliae, n. 

7 lUiHete. ^. 

6 Ulpi&nam 

6 UlpiSnum, OhiuetendiU 

6 Ulfibrae 

7 Ulysses, Port of. 

Umbennum, n. Beau- 

UmbrSnam, Marano.,,, 

Umbria.. 

Umbro F., Ombrone 

•Unelli 

Ur? Kalat Sherkat 

Ur of the Chaldeea 

(Edessa)? Ur/ak 

UranopSlis (Sane)?...... 

Urba, Orbe. 

Urbate?. 

Urbiaoa (Urbioua) ?...«.. 

Urblcas F., Orvigo 

Urbinam Hortenae, £7r- 

btHO ., 

Urbinam Hetaarenae, 

Urbania.^,,., ^ 

Urba F., Orba 

Urba Salvia, UrbUag" 

lia 

Ureao, Porcuna 

Uroi, Almeria, .« 

Urcinium, Ctutel VeO' 

ehiOf n. Ajaecio,m,m»», 
Urcit£nai 8., B, ^ Al- 

meria ..« 

Ureium, or Uria» Bodi 

Urgia, orUgia 

Urgo, or GorgoD, I., 

Oorgona, 

Uria, or Hyria, Oria,,., 
Uria, or Orra (LoorO* 

ram)? Palaan 

Uria L., Z. of Meeo- 

longhx • .......•• 

Urianas L., Logo Vq" 

ratio ,... 

UriaaS.? 

Uriam F., Tinto 

Uroooniam, Wroxeter^, 

Ursaria, Oreera, 

Ursi Prom., Capo delF 

Ureo. 

Urso, OmifM...... 

Usalis? r. on L, Ben^ 

zert 

Usar, or Slaar, F.I 

Ajeby 

Usellis, Ueellue 

Usilla, Inehila 

'Uaipetea 

Usuerbae, Leeignan 

Utica, or Itiiee, Sou- 

ehater, m......* 

*Utii? 

Utia F., Montone 

UtUria 

Utua, Baovitza 

Utua F., Ffrf... 

Uzaoona, Oconvate'.,,,,, 
Uxama, or Yasama, 

0«ma.... 

Uzantis L, Queeeant, or 

UehanU 48.28 

Uxella, Bridgetoitter.,,,, 51.8 
Uzellodtiniim t Capde- 

nae,,.. m* 

Uzellam? Oaetle Over.. 

Uxentam, Ugento 

22 •Uxii 



LAT. I.OH«. MAP. 



86.46 
41.56 
86.66 



41.53 
41.36 
87.20 
52.40 
46.9 



36.10 
39.48 
34.56 
51.20 
43.14 

37.9 

26.46 

44.18 

42.51 

43.26 

42.50 

62.42 



18*.0' 
4.32 w 

1.15 w 
8.30 w 

19.16 
23.18 
22.57 
12.51 
15.7 

4.46 
10.46 
12.40 
11.10 

1.20 w 
43.16 

38.50 

23.56 
6.32 

17.50 
1.18 w 
6.0 w 



48.44 12.88 

43.40 12.32 

44.48 8.38 

43.12 13.28 

87.58 4.10^ 

36.60 2.31 

41.56 8.46 



2.30 w 
15.58 
6.46 w 



43.26 9.55 

40.29 17.38 

88.8 16.10 

88.21 21.26 



15.46 

16.0 
6.36 w 
2.38 w 

13.36 



41.11 9.24 
37.17 6.9 w 

87.9 9.44 



4.46 
8.51 
10.49 
7.0 
2.46 

10.2 
60.0 
12.0 

7.0 ' 
24.26 
24.30 

2.261 



41.80 8.6 W 



6.6 
8.0 



44.35 2.5 
55.13 3.13 w 

89.54 18.10 

31.46 49.60 



14 

7 

6 

7 

U 
14 
14 
11 
12 

6 
8 
8 
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6 
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22 
15 

6 
14 

7 

7 

8 

8 
8 

8 
7 
7 



7 
9 

7 

8 
9 

9 

18 

9 
9 
7 
6 
8 

9 

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23 

9 

23 

25 

6 

23 
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8 
7 
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14 
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5 

9 

22 



KAVB8. 

Uxii (City of the)? 

Shikoftehi Suleitmiun 32^.2' 
Uxisama I... 

V. 

Vaeca? Bgja 86.42 

•Vaccaei 42.0 

Vacua F., Vowga .« 40.42 

I Vada SabUa, Vado 44.16 

VadaVolaterrina, Facfe 48.22 
VadimOnia L., Logo di 

Baeeano 42.29 

Vagal ? HeraUe. 35.86 

•Vagiennl 44.28 

Vagniaeae, SontkJUeL.., 51.25 

Vagoritum 47.56 

Vahalis F., WaaL 51.60 

Valentia, Valenoe.,,..,,,, 44.57 

Valentia, Valencia 89.29 

Valentinum, or Fomra 

Fulvii, Valenxa.. 45.1 

Valeponga? Albarraein 40.29 
Valeria, Valera ia 

Vieja 39.46 

Valetium, or Baletiom.. 40.88 
Valuta, & Martin del 

Camino 42.26 

VallStum, PSmbmA 48.37 

Vallis Domitiana, Po- 

lour 44.42 

Vallia BedraSloD, Jferf 

Bm Amir. 32.86 

Valvftta, Fomaeette. 43.40 ^ 

Vaaduara, Paieleg...... 65.60 * 

•VangiSnea 49.30 

Vannia, CividaU 45JM 

Vannia, Fanna 46.7 

Vapincam, Gap 44.34 

Varadetam, Varayre,... 44.22 
Varae, Boti/arif n. St. 

Aeapk 68.14 

Varamas F., Stella,.,.,. 46.6 

Vardo F., Oardon 44.6 

♦Vardali 43.0 

Vareda, Plumpton WaU 64.46 

Varia, Vieovaro., 42.1 

Varia, or Verela, Varea 42.22 

Variaoa, Bahova 48.42 

Varianae, KuUina 45.31 

♦Varini 63.46 

Varaa F., Var. 48.66 

*Vasates, or Vooatea... 44.80 

*VaacSne8 42.40 

Vaaio, Vahon 44.15 

Vastaona, Vaetan 88.19 

Vaticinnm Prom., Cbfw 

Vatieano 88.87 

VatrSni Portos? 44.88 

VatrSnua F., Santemo^ 44.16 
Vcctia I., leU of WigU 60.40 

•Vediantli 48.50 

Vedinam, Udine 46.4 

Vedra F., Wear. 6465 

Veii 42.2 

Velatodfirum, Vellend 

lee Vereel 47.14 

Veldidena, Wilden, m 

Innebruoh 47.16 

Veleia, Xtoeta 44.46 

Veleia, or Beleia? 42.49 

*Velei&te8 44.86 

Velia, HySIe, or ElSa, 

Caetelittmare delta 

Bruca 40.8 

Velinua F., Velino. 42.26 

Velisci, Velusei. 86.17 

Velitrae, Velletri 41.41 

Vellaanod1inum?^«<iiifi« 48.6 

•Vell&vi.. 46.0 

*Veloca8se8 49.20 

Velpi M. „. 80.80 

Vemania, Wangen •• 47.40 

V«D&froa, Feno/ro...... 41.29 

(74) 



LAX. I«01f«. VAP. 



bOo.6' 


2) 




1 


9.8 


21 


6.10 w 


1 


8.20 w 


* 
1 


8.25 


S 


10.27 


8 


12.19 


11 


1.11 


23 


r.36 


8 


0.18 


5 


0.16 w 


i 


6.10 


1 


4.53 


8 


0.22 V 


t 


8.37 


8 


1.23 w 


T 


2.12 V 


7 


18.6 


9 


5.56 V 


7 


11.30 


25 


28.39 


14 


85.20 


21 


10.34 


8 


4.20 V 


6 


8.0 


6 


10.18 


8 


12.48 


8 


6.4 


6 


1.43 


• 


8.22 V 


6 


18.3 


8 


4.6 


6 


2.40 V 


7 


2.48 V 


5 


12.55 


11 


2.26 V 


7 


23w67 


14 


16.48 


14 


12.0 


26 


7.0 


6 


0.15 V 


6 


2.0 V 


T 


6.4 


6 


4160 


22 


15.51 


9 


12.13 


8 


11.85 


S 


1.20 V 


5 


7.20 


8 


13.25 


8 


1.26 V 


6 


12.23 


11 


6.26 


6 


11.24 


26 


9.30 


8 


2.50 V 


7 


9.80 


8 


16.8 





12.50 


8 


2.30 


23 


12.50 


11 


2.26 


i 


4.0 


6 


1.30 


6 


20.0 


23 


0.62 


25 


14.2 






ITAllBS. LAT. LOV«. 

VeaedTcua S., 0. nf 

Dannig 64».30' W^.C 

•Vengti 47.45 2.40 w 

%'^EKBTIA 45.40 12.0 

VcnStiu, or Acroniat, 

L., L. of Comtane^^ 47.40 9.20 

Voniatia? Yinkam 41.53 6.56 W 

•VennSnes.. 46.14 10.0 

Venonae, Big\ Oron,,, 52.80 1.18 W 

•Venoatet 46.41 10.45 

VenU Beigftrum, Win- 

ckettr. 51.4 1.10 W 

Yenta IceoQnim, t%i«'«- 

ior, II. ^onn'eA... ...... 52.95 1.17 

Yenta Silamm, CSa«r- 

io«"fc 51.87 2.45 w 

YentispoDte ?. 87.24 4.47 W 

Yentiam, F«ne«. 48.43 7.7 

YenuB, Temple of (0^- 

pnw) , 84.51 32.22 

YeDosia, Venoto... 40.57 15.50 

•Veragri 46.0 7.10 

Yeratinum, Warrington 53.24 2.85 W 
Yerb§naa L., Logo Mag- 

ffiort, 46.0 8.43 

Yerbigknds Paous 47.10 7.30 

Yercellae, Borgo F«r- 

««»' 45.21 8.27 

Yereae, Sohaze-MiKo- 

^« 45.44 18.20 

Yereasneoa? 43.27 3.53 w 

Yerela, or Yaria, Varea 42.22 2.26 w 
YerStum, or Baris, 8, 

Maria di Ver^to 80.52 18.21 

Yergae, Buagiano. 89.34 16.15 

Vergilia, ifuroui.^..... 88.0 1.15 ▼ 

Veriea.. ^. 40.5 86.40 

Yerlueio? Sandg Lan^, 

n. DeviM«9 61.24 j.i ^ 

Yemoaoly Femos • o.O 0.0 

*Yoromandai 49.55 8.30 

Yerometaniy «• Wil- 

ioughby ^ 52.49 1.2 W 

YerSna, Verona 45,26 11.1 

Yerterae, ^roii^A......... 54.31 2.19 w 

Yertioae, F«r»ta«.. 89.18 16.46 

Yerfilae, VeroU. 41.43 13.28 

Yeralaminm, St. Albant 51.45 0.21 W 
Yerrednim Pr., Dun- 

eaiMfiy Head 53.38 8.1 W 

Yeaca, or Oaoa, Hueeca 42.9 0.20 w 

YBSCiTAiriA ?. M 42.15 0.0 

YeaontiOy J^eaan^oa 47.14 6.2 

Yesperiea, .8am«o....... 43^25 2.48 w 

♦YetfinL ^... 42.20 13.50 

Yesnlua Monj, MonU 

Vieo 44.40 7.5 

Yeaimna, afl Petroco- 

rii, Pertguenx. .. 45.11 0.44 

YesuTiiu M., MowU 

Vetuvitu, 40.49 14.26 

YeUra, JTantea.. 51.39 0.29 

Yettona, j9«flona......... 43.0 12.30 

*YeU6ne8 40.30 6.30 w 

Yetalonii? 43.5 10.4I 

Yetnaaalina? Batuelbek 47.21 18.59 
Yexalla AeaL, Bridge- 
water Bag^ 51.15 3.5 ^ 

YiaAemilia 44.55 lo.o 

YiaAmerina ........ ...... 42.26 12.21 

YiaAppia 41.38 12.57 

YiaAquilia. 40.30 15.30 

Yia Ardeatlna 41.42 12.32 

YiaAurelia. 41.53 12.2O 

Yia Cnaperiai 42.46 12.40 

VUCiminia 42.24 12.8 

Yia Claudia (or Clodia) 42.15 12.4 

Yia Collatioa.. 42.55 12.40 

Yia Cornelia. 41.55 12.22 

YiaCoaaia. 42.20 12.5 

Yia Domitiana... 41.0 13.58 

YiaEgnatia 40.36 23.25 

Yia Flaminia. 42.5 12.28 



MAP. 



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8 

6 
7 
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7 
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20 
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6 
6 

5 
8 
5 
9 
11 
5 

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7 
6 
7 
9 

8 

6 

13 
6 
8 
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8 

14 

5 
8 
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11 
9 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
13 
15 
11 



■AnS. LAT. 1.0110. 

YUOabina. 410.54' 12°.40' 

ViaLablcana. « 41.52 12.40 

Via Latlna. 41.48 12.38 

Via Lanrenttna. 41.47 12.28 

Via NoinentSna. 41.58 12.36 

ViaOatienaia 41.45 12.25 

Via Portaenaia... 41.48 12.22 

Via Poatamia 45.4 10.30 

Via Praeneatina 41.53 12.47 

ViaSalaria 42.10 12.45 

Via SeToriSna 41.40 12.23 

Via Sablaeenaii 42.0 13.1 

YiaTiberlna 42.4 12.32 

Via Tibartlna. ...... 42.57 12.40 

Via Valeria. 42.0 12.52 

ViaVeient&na 42.0 12.26 

ViaVitelUa. 41.52 12.24 

Viadnia F., Oder, 51.20 16.30 

•Viberi 46.25 8.0 

Vibo, or Vibo Valentia 

(Hipponium), Mouts-' 

Uone 88.42 16.10 

YibonenaiayHipponi&tea, 

or Terinaeaa S., O, 

of & Eufemia 88.55 16.0 

Vioentia, or Vioetia, 

Vxcenna 45.82 11.34 

Vicinianam, «. Prietina 42.20 21.12 

Vicinium, it. Oattaro,,,, 42.24 18.50 
Viotoria, Dealgin Bote,, 56.21 8.57 W 
Viotoriae Portoa ? San- 

tander. 43.10 8.43 W 

Victriz JuIU (Celaa), 

Xelea 41.26 6.28 w 

Vicnmniae, Vicomunu.. 45.2 9.15 

Vioaa Alexandrinaa 41.51 12.29 

Vicaa Aqnarina ? Beher 41.47 5.26 w 

Vieaa Aurelii, VieareUo 42.11 12.10 
Vicna Cnminariiia, 

Oeana 89.56 8.81 W 

Vicna JudaeSram, On, 

or Onion? Tell el- 

Yehnd, 80.22 81.28 

Vioua Matrini, La Cam-' 

panaeeie 42.19 12.6 

Vicna Mendioolooy Lago 

Negro. 40.5 15.45 

Vioua NoTUi, Oetia 

Nuova 42.16 12.40 

Vicna Spaoomm, Vigo.. 42.18 8.44 w 
Vicna VariSnof, M- 

riano 48.S 11.16 

Vioua Virginia, Foroyu 

gio. ;. 44J1 8J3 

Vidotara (or Yindo- 

gara) S 55.80 4.45 w 

Vidma F.? Vecht. 52.85 6.20 

Vidneaaaes, Vienx, n. 

Oaen 49.5 0.27 If 

Vienna, Ft«iiti«. 45.81 4.58 

Villa Hadriftni, OolU S. 

Stefano ,...,.,„,.. ...,,, 41.56 12.48 

Villa Horatii, n. Lieenaa 42.5 12.54 

Villa Roatr&ta, i^t^aano 42.14 12.27 

Viminaeinm, KUieevaU 44.48 21.22 
Viminiacum, BeeeriL... 42.25 4.46 V 

Vineeia, Semmtdria...... 44.37 21.1 

Vindalum, Sorgnee..,.,., 44.1 4.52 
Vindeleia, Paaoorfto..... 42.40 8.10 w 

VlHDBLIOIA 48.15 11.0 

Vinderina F. t Lough 

Strangford........^.... 54.20 5.31 W 

Vindilia, BeUe leU 47.20 8.10 w 

Vindtna M., Vindhga 

Mt$ 22.30 76.0 

Vindobala, BtUekeeteTf 

or Bud-eheeter 55.0 1.49 w 

Vindebona, Fieaaa 48.18 16.17 

Vindogara (or Vido- 
tara) S 55.30 4.45 w 

Vindogladia, Oueeage.,, 50.54 2.0 w 
Vindolana, LitiU Ohee- 

tere... 55.0 2.21 W 



HA»< 

11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 

8 
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XAIIBB. LAT. MHO. VAP. 

Yindomia, «. Whit- 

ekureh. 510.15' 1«.23'ti 

Vindomora, Ebcheeter... 54.53 1.50 if 

Vindoniaaa, fni^y. 47.30 8.10 

Vineaef Jenne 41.54 13.9 

ViniSlae.. 87.58 2.57 w 

Viniolae, Torre di Vig- 

nola 41.18 9.8 

Vinniua Mona (or Vin- 

diua), Mountaine of 

Aeturiae 43.0 6.0 w 

VinoTia, Binchetter...... 54.41 1.39 w 

Vipitenum, Sterting...,, 46.54 11.25 

Viracelum, Verrucola... 44.8 10.22 
Viriballum Pr., Punta 

di Oargalo^ 42.22 8.33 

'Virodunensea 49.10 5.15 

VirodQnnmi Verdun...,. 49.10 5.24 
Viroveaoa, Bribieeea,.., 42.33 8.23 ▼ 
ViroTiacum, Wermck... 50.47 3.2 

Virunum, n. Klagenfuri 46.42 14.22 

Virua P 43.11 8.42 ▼ 

Viatula F., ITeteAM;, or 

Vietvla ..,.., 52.0 21.10 

Viaurgia F., Weeer. 52.30 9.10 

Vitellia, Valmontone..... 41.47 12.57 

*Vithonea, or Nitbonea 52.50 13.0 
Vitodanim, Wxnterthnr 47.30 8.42 

Vitricinm, Verree 45.41 7.41 

Viriaeua, Vevay 46.28 6.50 

Vobama, Vohamo 45.39 10.30 

♦Vocatea, or Vaaatea... 44.30 0.15 w 

♦VooontiL... 44.30 5.15 

Volana F., Fotono. ...... 44.50 11.50 

Volaterrae, VoUerra.,.. 43.24 10.51 

*Voloae-AreconiIoi 43.50 4.0 

*Volcae-Tecto8&gea ..... 43.20 2.0 

Voloi, Ptano di VoUn... 42.23 11.39 

Volenea, Volagnie. 45.32 10.51 

Vologeaiaa, Kvfa. 32.3 44.41 

•Volaoi 41.31 13.0 

Volainienaia Ik, L, d% 

Boleena .^ ... 42.35 11.56 

Volainii, Boleena 42.39 11.58 

Voluba? LoetwitkieU... 50.24 4.39 W 
Volubllia? Mequinea.... 33.58 5.32 w 

Voluoe, Valeeha. 41.36 2.38 w 

Vomanna F., Vomano... 42.38 14.0 
Vorganinm, Concar- 

neauf... 47.53 8.54 w 

Voaalia, Ober Weeel.... 50.6 7.43 
VoaSgua (or YogSaaa) 

M., Foaoef. 48.20 7.0 

Vnlcftni I. (HiSra, or 

Theraaia), Vuleano... 88.28 14.56 
Vuleaniae, Aeoliae, or 

Liparaeae, 1**., Xi- 

pari lelande. 88.80 15.0 

Vulceinm, Bueeino. 40.37 15.21 

•Vulgientea 44.0 5.30 

Vnltnr Mona, Monte 

Vulture 40.48 15.40 

Voltnmum, Caetel VoU 

tumo 41.2 18.56 

Vnltomus F., Foftumo 41.7 14.10 

W. 

Wall of Agrioola and 

Antoninna, Chrimee 

Dyke — . 56.0 8.51 w 

Wall of Hadrian and 

Berema 55.0 2.30 w 

Wailing Street 52.10 1.0 w 

Weatem Horn (of 

Hanno)? JStMa^oa^. 11.15 16.0 W 

White Mountain8(Creta) 35.18 24.0 

Xantbna, Ounik,..,^^,. 86.20 29.28 
Xanthna F., Kodeha 

Tehai... 36.20 29.28 

Xenippa?.. 41.0 65.0 

Xerzei, Canal of. 40.22 26.56 

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XAMB8. LAT. 

XlXiNK 400.20' 

Xipbonia, Augusta 37.14 

Xois? 31.16 

Xyline, or Arcb&bis, 

» Arkava 41.21 

XjDiae, r. n. Tauklu„„ 30.4 
Xyp^te (or Trqja)? r. 

fi. Peiraeut 37.58 

Z. 

ZabStnfl, or Lycos, F., 

Oreat Zah 36.10 

Zabttlon? 82.48 

Zaoyntbus, ZanU 37.47 

Zaeynthus I., Zante, or 

Zactfntho. 37.45 

Zadraoarta? Snree 86.35 

ZaffH Pylae, or Mediae 

Pylae, Tak-i-Girrah 34.25 

Zagpros M 36.15 

ZajB^lis, ». Raa Ha- 

lew 31.35 

Zaitha 35.4 

ZaIecttS, AlatwKam 41.36 

Sama Regia, Jama 35.55 



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HAmS. LAT. LONO^ 

Zanele, aft. MesBlna, 

MeBnina 88M1' 15<».34' 

Zara, ijara 39.50 37.46 

Zaradrus, or Hesndriu, 

F., Sutlej, 31.0 76.0 

*Zaran/;ae 31.40 63.0 

Zarax, or Zarex, leraka 36.47 23.6 

Zarax M., Kolohera 86.49 23.0 

Zariafpa, or Bactra, 

BalkK 36.45 67.0 

Zaruana, IHyadin 39.33 43.35 

Zeitba Pr., Bas Shdb^ 

hou 33.34 n.8 

Zela, ZiUk 40.11 36.0 

Zeleia, Saraheuu 40.13 27 37 

Zelitis 40.0 35.45 

ZenohxK, Zelehi 35.40 39.51 

Zepbatby or Hormafaf 

Nuhk et-Su/ah 80.59 85.13 

Zepbyrium, Karjani,,,, 42.0 83.29 

Zepbyrium, Sefrtk 40.58 88.40 

Zepbyriam Prom., ۥ 

Cavaliere. 36.8 83.43 

Zephyrium Prom., 0. 

SL John,^ 35.20 25.48 



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ITAMSS. LAT. 

Zephyrium Prom., Capo 

di Bruzzano 88®.2' 

Zepbyriam Prom., Bat 

Tourba, or Abou So- 

barah 82.58 

Zered, Brook, Wady el- 

Aluy 81.2 

Zbuoitaita 36.30 

Zeagma, BumkaUk 87.16 

Zigana, Sigana 40.87 

Zilia, or Zilis (aft Julia 

Gonstantia), ^nit7^a.. 85.29 

Zimara. 89.23 

Zin, Desert of, Wady el- 

Arabak 80.30 

Ziph, Z»/. 81.31 

Ziridava? n. Va§arhely 46.25 

Zoar f 81.16 

Zodocathay Ain el-Ut- 

dakak 80.13 

Zoetia 37.29 

Zorah, Surah. 31.46 

Zorlanae 40.48 

Zoster Pr., C. Lombarda 37.48 
Zaohia Palus, Al-Biban 33.15 



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35.45 


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